Your elementary students can maintain and extend academic skills over the summer or anytime with our Vacation Stations activity books. Just two pages a day provide review in math, language, and reading. Do you know that a polar bear actually has black skin? Rising fifth graders will learn about the North and South Poles and Alaska as they review multiplication and division of two- and three-digit numbers, decimals, and fractions. Sentence structure and parts of speech are reviewed. Two reading selections and composition and proofreading activities are included in each week.
Vacation Stations: Polar Explorer (for rising 5th graders; copyright update)
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Great product!!Vacation Stations is a great way to keep your student caught up in the summer. It doesn't take long each day, and it covers many different subjects. Even though your student may not like working in the summer (mine did NOT!), the work is enjoyable. I paired it with 30 minutes of reading a day, and I feel like he started the school year without the deficit that would have happened without Vacation Stations.
We will definitely be doing it again next summer!