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  • Summer Continued Learning Letter

    June 2020
    Dear Little Egg Harbor Families:
    As we conclude our 2019-2020 school year with remote learning, summer vacation is undoubtedly right around the
    corner. As such, we want to make sure that your child continues to make progress in their reading and math skills
    during the break. Below you will find some helpful resources for reading and math that students can continue to
    access digitally over the summer.
    Raz-Kids, available for grades K-3, allows your child to access an online library of reading materials from any computer
    connected to the Internet. Raz-Kids helps students improve their reading skills as they listen to a book read aloud for
    modeled fluency. Interactive quizzes are available at the end of each book to check for understanding. Certain
    features on Raz-Kids will allow your child to record themselves reading as well as provide written reflections on what
    they have read. Headsprout, a wonderful resource offered through Learning A-Z, is most appropriate for students in K-3
    and hones in on early reading skills by providing interactive episodes and connected texts. In addition, CommonLit
    and Newsela, available for grades 3-6, are two essential resources that open the door to a world of teaching and
    learning possibilities by providing access to countless fiction and nonfiction digital text types (articles, essays, poems,
    and primary sources). Students in Grades 3-6 are also encouraged to continue using Edmentum Exact Path which
    allows them to work at their level on various English Language Arts skills. This summer, children in grades K-3 are
    encouraged to select and read eight to ten books (fiction and nonfiction) at their current reading level. Children in
    grades 4-6 are encouraged to select and read three to five books (fiction and nonfiction) at their current reading level.
    In regards to Mathematics, just as students benefit from reading throughout the summer, regular practice with
    computation, word problems, and math facts help students maintain and strengthen the gains that were made
    throughout the school year. Happy Numbers, available for grades K-5, is a resource that provides engaging exercises
    while moving children along at their own pace. This platform builds conceptual understanding while incorporating
    helpful feedback based on student performance. Edmentum Exact Path, which is available for grades 3-6, is another
    resource that incorporates an individualized pathway based on student math abilities. With customized lessons and
    activities, this program is designed to build your childs' skills at their own pace and adjusts accordingly. In addition,
    Reflex math, also available for grades 3 and above, is an adaptive and individualized tool to master students’ fact
    fluency in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. We recommend that you try to integrate 10-15 minutes of
    math practice per day into your child's routines over the summer.
    Please refer to the attachment for additional resources and websites to support your child at home. In addition, there
    is an attached list of leveled books that are “just right” for your child. Enjoy your summer!
    Yours in Learning,


    Alisa Palazzi               Dora Lupo
    Literacy Coach           Math Coach

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