Future 4th Grader Game Board

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Future 4th Grader Game Board
Literacy
Endhaven Summer Fun
For Future Fourth Graders!
Read a Nancy Drew
book, Hardy Boys
book, or any mystery.
Write a few paragraphs
describing the story
and how the mystery
was solved.
(Complete at least 15 activities
and turn in at the start of the
school year for a prize.)
Sign up for the summer
reading program with
the Charlotte
Mecklenburg Library at
http://www.cmlibrary.org
/summerread and/or
sign up for the
Scholastic Summer
Reading Challenge at
http://www.scholastic.co
m/ups/campaigns/src2015.
Think about a
perfect summer day.
Write a persuasive
paragraph and
convince an adult to
make your dream
come true.
Make a book of
your own, use
any idea from:
http://www.makin
gbooks.com/free
projects.shtml
Play any online
activity or app from
the middle. Don’t
forget to record it
in your summer
journal!
Read a nonfiction
book. Write a
paragraph
explaining the
book.
Create a poster
about one of your
friends. Include a
picture and words
that give information
about your friend.
Go through a
magazine and find 5
pictures of things
you will need to get
before school starts.
Explain why you will
need each item.
Write a paragraph
to your future
teacher. In that
paragraph
describe yourself.
Write 10
questions you
would like to ask
your new
teacher.
Practice your cursive
writing using
http://www.handwriti
ngforkids.com/hand
write/cursive.htm,
then copy a poem in
your best cursive.
Literacy Websites:

http://www.vocabulary.co.il/

http://ictgames.com/literacy.html

http://www.abcya.com/third_grade_computers.htm

http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skills-3rd-
http://reading.ecb.org/student/index.html
Literacy Apps:
Raz-Kids
Read a book in a
quiet spot for 30
minutes and
visualize the events.
Draw a picture and
describe your
visualization.
Opposites
Shout
Science!
Write a letter to
your favorite
author. Tell
him/her what you
like about their
book(s).
Read a poem,
then write a
poem about a
summer activityit doesn’t have to
rhyme!
Find a recipe for
your favorite
summer dish. Then
make it. Describe in
your journal what
you made and why.
Play any online
activity or app from
the middle. Don’t
forget to record it
in your summer
journal!
langbuilders.htm

Watch a movie and
then summarize it for
someone who has
not seen it. Include
characters, setting,
main events and
ending.
News-OMatic
Glue a picture from a
magazine, the
internet, or other
source. Write a
story about what
could be happening
in the picture.
Look in the
refrigerator.
Compare and
contrast 2 different
items. Which would
you prefer to eat and
why?