Summer is a time to rest, relax and enjoy time with family and friends. It is also a time to continue the learning that takes place throughout the school year. Research indicates that some students will fall 2 or 3 months behind in their learning during the summer months if they are not making time to continue practicing their reading, writing, and math skills.
Below are the resources that the Garfield Elementary School and Revere Public Schools send home with students for them to complete during the months of July and August so that they start the next school year set up for academic success:
Students are not limited to these lists and are encouraged to read books they are interested in and books that are appropriate for their age and reading level. The books in these notices are readily available at the school libraries and the Revere Public Library. School libraries will be open from 9:00-11:30 am on Tuesdays during the months of June and July.
The Garfield School library will be closed this summer, and so Garfield students should visit the Beachmont School library or the Revere Public Library to borrow books.
Summer Reading for students entering Grades 1 and 2
Summer Reading for students entering Grades 3 and 4
Summer Reading for students entering Grade 5
Revere Reads Summer 2016 Reading List for Grades 1-12
Online Reading Resources:
Achieve 3000 Log In information
Lexia Log In information
Lexia Summer Home Use letter
Lexia at Home Tips
Summer Math Packets:
"A problem a day while you are away" math calendars for students entering Grades 1-3 should be turned in to their new teacher on the first day of school on August 29, 2016.
Students entering Grade 1
Students entering Grade 2
Students entering Grade 3
"A problem a day while you are away" math packets for students entering Grades 4-6 should be turned in to their new teacher on the first day of school on August 29, 2016.
As you answer each problem, make sure you show your work. When you return to school, you will receive credit for completion, and some of the problems will be used on your first math test. Do an exceptional job, and you will be named a “Summer Math Superstar”.
Need help with a tricky problem? Email your question to Summermath@revere.mec.edu Make sure you give the date of the problem and your grade! A math teacher is waiting to help you succeed!
Students entering Grade 4
Students entering Grade 5
Students entering Grade 6
Online Math Resources:
Directions and link for enVision Math 2.0
Directions and link for FASTTMath