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Summer assignments will be given to rising 6th graders at the New Student Orientation.
These resouraces will serve teachers and parents both at home and in school.
A sheet can be printed and used as a homework supplement or a classroom test.
You can easily incorporate math, history, or art activities into your science curriculum with these resources.
Use Earth Day activities in April to teach your students about nature and respecting the environment.
In addition to this work, it is important that students read regularly.
Research shows that students who read at least an hour each day over the summer are much better prepared to resume studies in September.