Summer Homeschooling with Summer Bridge ProgramJun 4th, 2008 | By Jessica Parnell | Category: General Homeschool Posts
One of the best programs I have found to keep learning alive during the summer months (short of continuing with focused schooling all summer) is the Summer Bridge program.
With Summer Bridge books, students complete a short lesson in each subject every day. The books are designed to review the skills from the prior year for the first part of the summer, then move into a preview of the year to come.
Built into each book is a motivational chart, suggested age-appropriate summer reading, and web connections to provide more interactive learning. Students can even take advantage of their sports partnership to earn rewards in exchange for their commitment to learning.
To check out the Summer Bridge program, contact Curriculum Express (they offer them with free shipping). I have not yet met a homeschooler (or teacher) who didn’t love the program.
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