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Summer Fun

Kindergarten Summer Fun

Here are some links for you to keep your skills sharp through out the summer!!! 

Please note: Some links may require usernames and passwords. These were sent home with your child at the end of the school year.

Lexia Student Sign-in
Lexia Reading School To Home Overview
PBS Kids 
Starfall
Learning Planet
iKnowthat 
ITC Games
ABCya.com
readwritethink
Harry Kindergarten Music
Scholastic I Spy

Family FUNdamentals for Summer Learning

Ready Made for First Grade - Fun Summer Practice


First Grade Summer Fun

Here are some links for you to keep your skills sharp through out the summer!!! 

Please note: Some links may require usernames and passwords. These were sent home with your child at the end of the school year.
 

Lexia Student Sign-in
Lexia Reading School To Home Overview
Starfall
Raz-Kids Reading Student Sign-in
Read Write Think
Spelling City
Scholastic
Reading Rockets
Edu Guide

Helpful Resources:
Summer Reading- Rising 1st Graders
Reading for K-2
Summer Website Suggestions
Summer Calendar

 


Second Grade Summer Fun

Here are some links for you to keep your skills sharp through out the summer!!! 

Please note: Some links may require usernames and passwords. These were sent home with your child at the end of the school year.


Lexia Student Sign-in
Lexia Reading School To Home Overview
Starfall
Raz-Kids Reading
Read Write Think
Spelling City
Scholastic
Reading Rockets
Gonoodle
Readworks
Tumblebooks and BookFlix

 

Helpful Resources:
Summer Reading- Rising 2nd Graders
Summer Reading- Rising 3rd Graders
Math Fun- Entering 3rd Grade

Answer Key- Math Fun- Entering 3rd Grade


 

Summer Fun for All - Websites and Events

www.kidsbowlfree.com - Free Bowling at various bowling centers 

KinderKlimb @ REI - Friday afternoons 1:00-2:30 - lifetime household membership $20

Gemini Children's Theater - McKees Rocks

Top 10 Kid-Friendly Attractions in Pittsburgh - Includes the Water Steps at Riverfront Park and PPG Place: The Water Feature 

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Sensory Friendly Performance

Snapology Summer Camps - Bethel Park

 


Art

Check out these awesome summer art camps at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts that are running throughout the summer.  You can register as the summer goes on and most are only a week at a time.  They are targeting ages 4-18, so there is something for all age groups in your family.   https://center.pfpca.org/education/summer-camps

Websites

Comic Maker - Create your own comic strips and cartoons.

National Gallery of Art - Create paintings, collages, and wallovers

Smithsonian Education - Everything Art

The Artist's Toolkit - Watch, find and create!

Crayola - Ideas, games and fun!!

Artsology - Arts games and more...

Scribbler - Generate an illustration to your drawings

J. Paul Getty Museum - Five art games and activities

Picassohead - Create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso

Jackson Pollock - Create splatter art like Jackson Pollock

 

Events

Scott Park summer art camp:  http://summerartweek.com/summer/?page_id=4

Pittsburgh Kids Art Camps List article - http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/top-lists/best-kids-art-classes-in-pittsburgh/

Best places for Kids Summer Art Activities - http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/top-lists/best-places-for-kids-summer-art-activities-in-pittsburgh/

The Roving Art Cart - Free art activities that travel through the parks in Pittsburgh. 

 Michael’s Art Camps - Classes vary and are $4 a day.

Mattress Factory- The mini-factory - Create art projects for $5 for one child + a guardian. Ages 3-5

 

Music

For some summer music fun, here are some live activities and events that might be fun to attend!

http://www.downtownpittsburgh.com/do/kidsplay-at-market-square12

http://www.kathysmusic.com/

http://www.singsteps.com/

 

 

South Park Amphitheater

http://www.alleghenycounty.us/special-events/summer-concert-series.aspx

June 23  US Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors

July 1     Pittsburgh Symphony

 

Hartwood Acres

http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/music/2016/05/04/Music-Hartwood-Acres-South-Park-offer-a-summer-of-free-concerts-1/stories/201605050017

July 2  Pittsburgh Symphony

August 20  Pittsburgh Ballet

 

Summer kids music camps

http://www.kidsburgh.org/12-pittsburgh-summer-camps-artsy-kids-star-power/

 

https://jccpgh.org/jcc-camps/pac/



For some practice and music fun at home this summer, here are some music websites to try:

www.sfskids.org/ - Teaches the instruments of the orchestra, the basics of reading music, and has an online radio to listen to some classical music's greatest hits.

pbskids.org/games/music/ - Learn about music and play games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters like Elmo, Arthur, the Cat in the Hat and Daniel Tiger!

http://www.classicsforkids.com/ - Classical music's great composers come to life through music and stories.

www.dsokids.com - Games, music, classroom activities, and information about going to the symphony.

Music Fun - Interactive Learning Sites for Education

www.creatingmusic.com - Elementary-age students can enjoy exploring, creating and manipulating music.

 

Library

Allegheny County Public Libraries offer Summer Reading Clubs and free activities to keep your students reading over the summer.  Be sure to visit any of the libraries this summer.  Check their websites for dates of programs and special events.

http://www.scottlibrary.org/

http://bridgevillelibrary.org/

 

Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Triathalon - Fill out the Summer Reading Triathlon Reading Journal. Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store and choose a FREE BOOK from their selection on the Reading Journal list at the store.

 

Tumble Books - TumbleBooks add animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books, producing an electronic picture book which you can read or have read to you.  You’ll also find chapter books, math stories, puzzles and games, and videos. All content is available for PCs and Macs. Some content is also available for use on iPhones/iPads.

 

Epic! - Instantly access over 15,000 books for kids 12 and under on any device, including hundreds of Read-To-Me and Audio Books.  There is a $5/month subscription fee, but the first month is free.

 

Edutopia - A Magical Summer Reading List

 

Physical Education

list of running events in and around Pittsburgh

Tips on eating healthy

Tips for parents on how to keep your kids active and healthy over the summer

Tips on good hygiene

Summer Events at Scott Pool

Summer Events in Bridgeville

Summer Sports and Activities at Collier Recreational Center 

 


Parent Section

Here are some links to help you keep your child's skills sharp through out the summer!!! 

Avoiding the Summer Slide Parent Workshop (2015)
Improving Reading Comprehension
Active Reading Strategies

Safety Kids - CharlieCheck First information

Summer Learning Tips -- Email Archive 

 


Common Links

 

Core 5 Lexia Reading

 

Dreambox Learning

 

Raz Kids

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