Avoid summer learning loss with K5 Learning
Kids deserve a break from the classroom, but not from learning. Countless research shows that students who stop all studying during the summer suffer a significant loss in knowledge and academic skills.
We encourage parents establish a regular summer study routine for their kids. 30 minutes a day will avoid learning loss and place your kids well ahead of the curve in September. Equally important, it reinforces to your children the importance of learning – it’s not something done just at school.
Thousands of free worksheets
With easy access to thousands of worksheets organized by grade and topic, parents can easily locate areas of summer study for their kids. There is no need to register to use the worksheets and they are all free. If you become a member, you will enjoy access to additional formats and an ad free experience.
Workbooks for further study
For students who need further practice beyond the available worksheets, we sell over 100 reading and math workbooks. They are inexpensive and available for immediate download.
Summer reading worksheets
For summer reading, we suggest students focus on the following areas:
Phonics – understanding the relationships between written letters and spoken sounds.
Sight Words – recognizing high frequency words to increase reading fluency.
Spelling - practice of how words are spelled.
Vocabulary - expansion of vocabulary and construction of meaning from a word's context.
Reading Comprehension – developing a variety of reading strategies with the larger goal of strong comprehension.
Grammar - studying the basics of English grammar, capitalization, punctuation and writing sentences.
Summer math worksheets
For summer math practice, we suggest students focus on the following areas:
Learning numbers - recognizing and printing numbers, ordinal numbers, odd and even numbers
Counting - objects, sequential counting forward and backwards, skip counting
Comparing numbers - more, less, equal to, comparing numbers and ordering numbers
Place value - hundreds, tens, ones, composing and decomposing numbers
Rounding - rounding numbers to nearest 10, 100, 1000, etc.
Addition - from counting a few objects to adding large numbers in columns
Subtraction - taking away a few objects to subtracting large numbers in columns
Multiplication - basic multiplication facts to multiplying large numbers in columns
Division - basic division facts to dividing large numbers with/without remainders
Fractions - concepts of equal parts through adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers
Decimals - converting simple fractions from/to decimals to long division of decimals
Measurement - size comparisons and measuring length, weight, capacity and temperature
Money - identifying coins and their values
Time - the units of time, telling time, elapsed time
Geometry - basic 2D/3D shapes, area and perimeter, angles, coordinate grids
Word problems - word problems for elementary school curriculum