DE Summer Enrichment Packet

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Forty days of summer enrichment activities for grades 5-6 using free resources from Discovery Education.

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DE Summer Enrichment Packet

  1. 1. SuperStimulatingStrikinglySpectacularSummer Skills andStuff forStudents Summer 2012 A 40- day enrichment packet for grades 5- 6 (2012). Skateboarding to Summer School (Color). [Clip Art]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/
  2. 2. About this Summer PacketA wonderful sixth grade teacher I know (i.e., my wife) had to put together a summerenrichment packet for incoming sixth grade students. As her packet came together, I realizedthat Discovery Education has a ton of free resources for students to help keep their mindssharp during the summer.I also realized that a lot of schools distribute summer packets in some shape or form and thatmost teachers have to spend a ton of time assembling them. So, I decided to take the majorityof what my wife put together and put a few tweaks on it so that others could benefit from herhard work and creativity.There are a lot of other ideas that I wanted to include in my sample version here including justputting the whole thing on a wiki. But although I had more flexibility in developing a “sample”packet than she had, I did keep in mind that making a summer packet where every activityrelied on the internet would be prohibitive. My wife’s version of the packet also includedactivities specific to the students reading Maniac Magee over the summer and doing aLanguage Arts and Math review with materials that have copyright restrictions for massdistribution.So, the end result of this sample summer packet is that it is just that. It is intended to be asample to spark new ideas that others can build on, steal from, tweak and so forth. Hopefully itwill save you some time as well.The packet is built around a point system where students try to accumulate 100 points or moreout of 120 possible points to earn a golden ticket to a summer cookout at their school. If thisdoesn’t work for you, feel free to edit away. Adjust the point scale, change the prize, or simplyremove the whole point system idea.This sample packet is just me teaching vicariously through my wife and hoping to save anotherteacher or two a few hours (or days) of work. Plus, I actually think the students will enjoy it.If you decide to use it in any way, shape or form, all I ask is that you keep the links to the sitesfrom where I borrowed resources and ideas like the amazing Jen Wagner’s “Guess theWordle” site. Also, I’d love to hear from you via email or twitter on how you’re putting acreative spin on things.Enjoy!Lance Rougeuxteaching vicariously through Martha@lrougeuxLance_Rougeux@Discovery.com
  3. 3. Some notes about the contentThis sample packet was modified from my wife’s summer packet for incoming sixth grade students.So for the most part it is intended for upper elementary school students.Each week has a consistent theme for each day:Minds- On MondayEvery Monday the students are directed to a free resource from the many Discovery Educationpartnership programs - http://www.discoveryeducation.com. This day does require that the studentsgo online to complete the day’s activity, but they do not have to log in to any sites with a usernameand password.Tues- Day- in- HistoryThis gem of a day takes ideas from the Discovery Education calendar and presents students with ahistorical event that happened on that day many years ago. They complete a writing promptconnected to that historical event. Teachers who have a Discovery Education subscription can usethe calendar tool in the Teacher Center and make even more connections through video content thatis specifically aligned to the events.Wordle WednesdaysEvery Wednesday students are given a wordle, or word cloud, to which they must find the answer.This is the brainchild of our DEN Guru, Jen Wagner. Teachers, you really should check out Jen’s siteat: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW.The answers to the Wednesday Wordles btw:June 13 (Parts of a flower); June 20 (Seabirds); June 27 (Vegetables with double letters); July 4(Prepositions); July 11 (Little Miss Muffet); July 18 (Types of teeth); July 25 (Polar Bear); August 1(Parts of the ear)ThurZday SkillZdayYes, I intentionally spelled Thursday with a Z. This day directs students to a free site to practice theirMath skills - http://www.webmath.com. This day does require that the students go online to completethe day’s activity, but they do not have to log in to any sites with a username and password.Fun FridayI love the free activities on http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com so I devoted an entireday to them. Simple science activities that use common household items.
  4. 4. Name:Homeroom Teacher:Dear Student,We hope you have a wonderful summer break. We are looking forward toseeing you back at [school name] on [date] . In order to help you keepyour thinking cap on and sharpen up your skills over the summer, wehave prepared a fun summer packet to help get you ready for [insert]grade.If there are pages you don’t understand, try asking someone older forhelp. Remember you can also use the library or internet for extra support.You will see that there is a “point” system with the summer packet.Students who earn 100 points will be admitted to the Summer Cookoutat [school name]. You will receive a phone call this summer remindingyou of the summer cookout.Please remember to bring your completed packet to the cookout alongwith your golden ticket enclosed at the end of this packet.Also, students who earn 115 or more points will be entered into adrawing to win one of five special summer prizes that include [insertdescription of prizes donated by local businesses].Everything is explained in the summer packet.Good luck and have a great summer!We’ll see you at the cookout :)Your teachers,[Names of teachers]
  5. 5. Summer PacketEach week during the summer you will have a series ofactivities to complete to keep your mind sharp and get youready for next year. Each day has a different focus to help mixthings up and work different muscles in your brain :) Minds-On Monday Stimulate your mind every Monday with activities from Discovery Education’s featured programs for students that include interactive widgets, virtual labs, quizzes and more! Tues-Day-in-History Each Tuesday you will read about an important event in history that happened on that Tuesday years ago. You will reflect upon that event and complete a writing prompt. Wordle Wednesdays On Wednesday you will be given a “wordle” to decipher. What’s a wordle you ask? A wordle is a word cloud. Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the common theme. Take a look at the example below and think about what all the words have in common. Answer: Possessive Pronouns
  6. 6. ThurZday SkillZdayEach Thursday, or ThurZday, you will have a math skills review to makesure you’re ready to flex some brain muscles at the start of the school year.Fun FridayEveryday should be fun, but on Fridays you get to have a little extra funwhile learning. It’s great way to wind down a summer week. Enjoy! Don’t forget! You need to earn 100 points or more to attend the Summer Cookout. If you earn 115 points or more, you will be entered into a special prize drawing. Have fun!
  7. 7. Week One June 11-15Minds- On Monday, June 11• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, June 12• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, June 13• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, June 14• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, June 15• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  8. 8. Minds-On Monday June 11Power Up today by going to: http://energybalance101.discoveryeducation.comand working through the “Power Up!” interactive widget. Just look for the LunchBox and click on “Power Up!” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  9. 9. Tues-Day-in-History June 12June 12, 1942 - Anne Frank is given her diaryAnne Frank is world famous for her diary. Anne wrote the diarywhile in hiding from the Nazis during World War II. In her diaryAnne describes her fears of living in hiding for years, herfeelings for a boy who was also in hiding, conflicts with herparents, and her aspirations to become a writer. After survivingthe concentration camps, Annes father published her diaryunder the title The Diary of Anne Frank (1947). It has sincebeen published in over 50 languages.Writing Prompt for June 12Anne Frank was a very courageous young woman. Tell usabout something you have done that shows courage andexplain why you did it.
  10. 10. Wednesday Wordle June 13 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  11. 11. ThurZday SkillZday June 14Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math Place Value
  12. 12. Friday Fun June 15 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  13. 13. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  14. 14. Week Two June 18-22Minds- On Monday, June 18• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, June 19• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, June 20• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, June 21• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, June 22• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  15. 15. Minds-On Monday June 18Get Connected today!Go to: http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com and select “virtuallabs.” Then open the Getting Connected virtual lab. Work through the lab witha sibling, friend or adult to help STEMulate your mind. Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  16. 16. Tues-Day-in-History June 19June 19, 1941 - Cheerios was inventedCheerios was invented as an alternative to oatmeal andprovided a more convenient and better taste. Each piece of thewhole grain oat cereal was shaped like an O and weighed lessthan an ounce. Cheerios has only one gram of sugar, nosaturated fat or cholesterol, no artificial colors or flavors andare low in fat. Invented by General Mills, the first ready-to eatcereal is considered one of the largest cereal brandsconsumed annually by Americans.Writing Prompt for June 19Think about what you like to eat for breakfast. What is yourfavorite cereal? What is it missing? Describe your ultimatecereal, what it would include and what you would name it. Youcan even draw a picture of the box it would come in.
  17. 17. Wednesday Wordle June 20 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  18. 18. ThurZday SkillZday June 21Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math Using a Number Line
  19. 19. Friday Fun June 22 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  20. 20. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  21. 21. Week Three June 25-29Minds- On Monday, June 25• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, June 26• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, June 27• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, June 28• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, June 29• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  22. 22. Minds-On Monday June 25Are your curious?Today go to http://curiosityintheclassroom.com and click on Students. Thentake the Curiosity Quiz “Feeling Curious?” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  23. 23. Tues-Day-in-History June 26June 26, 1498 - The toothbrush is inventedThe invention that most people say they cannot live withoutwas invented on this day in 1498. Toothbrushes with hogbristles first appeared in China. Until nylon was invented, hogbristle brushes remained the best. Toothbrushes were inventedas a means of maintaining the mouth, teeth and gums.Interestingly enough, Americans view the toothbrush as themost important invention ever.Writing Prompt for June 26First of all, we hope you brushed your teeth today :) A lot ofpeople believe the toothbrush is the most important inventionever. What is the one invention that you could not live withoutand why is it so important to you?
  24. 24. Wednesday Wordle June 27 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  25. 25. ThurZday SkillZday June 28 Do you have skillz? I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especially over the summer. Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and select WebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.com Practice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Math muscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 MathComparing with a number line
  26. 26. Friday Fun June 29 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  27. 27. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  28. 28. Week Four July 2-6Minds- On Monday, July 2• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, July 3• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, July 4• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, July 5• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, July 6• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  29. 29. Minds-On Monday July 2Check out how these weird conservation tools help make your favorite things.Go to http://www.natureworkseverywhere.org and click on “Play and Learn.” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  30. 30. Tues-Day-in-History July 3July 3, 1890 - Idaho becomes a stateIdaho’s panhandle almost became part of Washington state,while much of its southern land almost went to Nevada. Butafter resolving these territorial issues with its neighbors, Idahoand its 88,000 citizens joined the United States of America,with George L. Shoup as their first governor.Writing Prompt for July 3Tomorrow is our nation’s birthday. We have a lot of amazingplaces to visit in the United States, including Idaho. What isone place in the United States that you definitely want to visitand why?
  31. 31. Wednesday Wordle July 4 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  32. 32. ThurZday SkillZday July 5Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math What’s a Ratio?
  33. 33. Friday Fun July 6 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  34. 34. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  35. 35. Week Five July 9-13Minds- On Monday, July 9• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, July 10• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, July 11• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, July 12• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, July 13• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  36. 36. Minds-On Monday July 9What’s in your food? Make a Math connection and discover what’s in the foodwe eat by going to: http://energybalance101.discoveryeducation.com andworking through the “Anatomy of a Food Label” interactive widget. Just look forthe Lunch Box and click on “Anatomy of a Food Label.” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  37. 37. Tues-Day-in-History July 10July 10, 1962 - Telstar 1 is launchedTelstar I, the worlds first geosynchronous communicationssatellite, was launched by NASA from Cape Canaveral, Florida.Designed by AT&T to relay media signals to homes around theworld, its launch ushered in the era of live satellite TVbroadcasts. For the first time ever, voice and video werebeamed directly between the United States and Europe.Writing Prompt for July 10Fifty years ago we didn’t have Facetime, Skype or these reallyeasy ways to connect with others around the world. But, nowwe do. If you could have someone, anyone, join your sixthgrade class next year over the internet to chat who would it beand why?
  38. 38. Wednesday Wordle July 11 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  39. 39. ThurZday SkillZday July 12Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math Proportions
  40. 40. Friday Fun July 13 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  41. 41. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  42. 42. Week Six July 16-20Minds- On Monday, July 16• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, July 17• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, July 18• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, July 19• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, July 20• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  43. 43. Minds-On Monday July 16Go to: http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com and select “virtuallabs.” Then open the Too Hot to Handle! virtual lab. Work through the lab witha sibling, friend or adult to help STEMulate your mind. Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  44. 44. Tues-Day-in-History July 17July 17, 1955 - World’s first theme park is dedicatedThe worlds first theme park, envisioned by Walt Disney as aplace where the entire family could go for amusement, wasdedicated on July 17 and opened July 20, 1955. With four"lands" (Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland andTomorrowland) the point of the park was that each attraction bea total experience rather just a "ride."Writing Prompt for July 17Get your creative cap on and tell me about your idealamusement park. What would it be called? Where would it belocated? What rides would it have? The sky is the limit.
  45. 45. Wednesday Wordle July 18 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  46. 46. ThurZday SkillZday July 19Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math What’s a Fraction?
  47. 47. Friday Fun July 20 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity. You can find these activities at: http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  48. 48. Week Seven July 23-27Minds- On Monday, July 23• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, July 24• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, July 25• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, July 26• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, July 27• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  49. 49. Minds-On Monday July 23Today go to http://curiosityintheclassroom.com and click on Students. Thentake the Curiosity Quiz “Smarty Pants.” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  50. 50. Tues-Day-in-History July 24July 24, 1887 - Amelia Earhart’s birthdayAmelia Earhart worked as a military nurse and a social worker,but she gained worldwide fame in 1932 as the first woman (andthe second person) to make a solo airplane flight across theAtlantic Ocean. In 1935, she was the first person to fly solofrom Hawaii to California. In 1937, Earhart and a navigatorattempted to fly around the world, but their plane disappearedover the Pacific Ocean. No trace of them or their plane wasever found.Writing Prompt for July 24What is one really exciting thing you’d like to try in the futureand why?
  51. 51. Wednesday Wordle July 25 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  52. 52. ThurZday SkillZday July 26Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’ s skill is under K-8 Math Comparing Fractions
  53. 53. Friday Fun July 27 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  54. 54. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!
  55. 55. Week Eight July 30 to August 3Minds- On Monday, July 30• Minds-On Monday Activity (3 points)Tues- Day- in-History, July 31• Respond to the writing prompt for Tues-Day-in-History (3 points)Wordle Wednesday, August 1• Solve your Wednesday Wordle (3 points)ThurZday SkillZday, August 2• Test your Math SkillZ activity (3 points)Fun Friday, August 3• Have some fun and earn two points while you’re at it. (3 points) Total Points Earned for the week = __________/15
  56. 56. Minds-On Monday July 30Keep a healthy balance between the energy you take in and the energy yougive out. Explore the Scales of Energy interactive widget at:http://energybalance101.discoveryeducation.com. Just look for the Lunch Boxand click on “Scales of Energy.” Explore more at: DiscoveryEducation.com > Students > Featured Programs
  57. 57. Tues-Day-in-History July 31July 31, 1790 - Patent Act is passedCongress had passed the Patent Act on April 10 of that year,and Samuel Hopkins of Vermont received the first U.S. patentfor a process for making potash and pearl ashes. Potash wasused as an ingredient in soap and fertilizer. GeorgeWashington himself signed the patent, granting it for a term offourteen years. Only two other patents were granted in 1790 -one for a candle-making process and the other for flour-millingmachinery.Writing Prompt for July 31Think about an idea for an invention you have in mind andshare it with me. I promise not to tell anyone or steal your ideabefore you patent it. What does your invention do? Whowould buy it? Why is it needed?
  58. 58. Wednesday Wordle August 1 Your challenge is to look at the word cloud and figure out the commontheme. Think about what all the words have in common or what they aredescribing. Use the internet or whatever resources will help you discover the answer and help you Guess the Wordle!Guess the WordleWhat is your best educated guess? ______________________________________ Guess more Wordles at: http://projectsbyjen.com/GTW
  59. 59. ThurZday SkillZday August 2Do you have skillz?I’m sure you do, but it’s always good to brush up on them, especiallyover the summer.Go to DiscoveryEducation.com, click on Students and selectWebMath or go to: http://www.webmath.comPractice today’s skill multiple times so you can flex those Mathmuscles when you get back to school. Today ’s skill is under Math for Everyone > Everyday Math Sale Price
  60. 60. Friday Fun August 3 Happy Friday!Find a sibling, friend or your pet goldfish and have some fun with this science activity.
  61. 61. You can find these activities at:http://scienceofeverydaylife.discoveryeducation.com. Select Students and then click on Science Fun!

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