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Summer Fit First to Second Grade: Math, Reading, Writing, Language Arts + Fitness, Nutrition and Values (Anglais) Broché – 1 avril 2011

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  • Summer Fit Gr. 1-2 exercices pour le cerveau et le corps - SFL9780976280064 - Pr-parer premi-res niveleuses mentalement physiquement socialement pour la deuxi-me ann-e
  • contient des activit-s dans la lecture de math-matiques d'-criture et les arts du langage programme de remise en forme quotidienne et les activit-s - valeur de base pour aider - d-velopper. bonnes aptitudes de caract-res.

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    Ten Weeks of Review, Physical Exercises, and Values 24 mai 2013
    Par C. Bennett - Publié sur
    Format: Broché Achat vérifié
    I purchased this workbook for my daughter who is six years old. She is just finishing kindergarten, and the kindergarten to first grade workbook was much too easy for her. The first to second grade was much closer to her learning level.

    The workbook is structured into ten weeks of five days per week lessons, for a total of 50 lessons. Each day, children are asked to complete mind, body, and reading activities and color in a star when they have completed their 20 minutes (total) of work for the day. At the outset of the program, there is a skills assessment test for the child to take, which is about four pages total of reading and math problems. There is an answer key provided at the back of the book. However, no instructions or guidance are provided if a child struggles in a particular area.

    I really enjoyed the fact that physical activities are part of each day's work. This is a great way to incorporate physical fitness five days a week during the summer break. There is also a mix of cardiovascular and strength training. For example, some of the cardiovascular activities are: playing tag, tree sprints, and jumping jacks. Strength exercises include leg scissors, ankle touches, and push-ups. The Biggest Loser contestants are featured in the book and on the book's website.

    I also really liked the values lessons each week. The values included in this book are: honesty, compassion, trustworthiness, self-discipline, kindness, courage, respect, responsibility, perseverance, and friendship. Each value is exemplified with a role model, such as Terry Fox, Mother Theresa and Abraham Lincoln. At the close of each week's values lesson, there is a suggested reading list of three, grade-specific books for further reading.

    There is a three page Summer Journal at the back of the book, where the child has lines to write about: family vacation, favorite outdoor summer activity, and their best friend.

    There are many references in the books to the company's website: for videos, games and additional materials. However, when I accessed the page at the end of May, there was only a countdown to summer clock and preview pages of the workbooks. I am hoping this will change to deliver the promised content.

    The book has a Summer Reading List, which I was not happy with. Having bought the Grade Two to Three Workbook for my older child, I immediately noticed that the Summer Reading List was exactly the same in both books. The titles range from "The Cat in the Hat" to "Freckle Juice" and "Clifford, the Big Red Dog." I can assure you that asking my third grader to read "The Cat in the Hat" was insulting! The reading list should have been grade-specific and not generic across the workbook series. The workbook asks the children to read the books on the list, complete a book report (which is at the back of the book) for each book they read. The problem is that there is only one book report form and 24 books on the list. You will need to copy or scan and print the book report page. All books on the list should be readily available at your local library's children's section, so you do not have to purchase additional materials.

    There are other things that are exactly the same across the workbook sets: the values order, the exercise plans are precisely the same down to the same page number, the introductory materials, the Fitness Index (which includes vocabulary words which should have been modified for age levels), and the values introduction at the opening of each new week is word-for-word identical. The authors clearly re-used content between workbooks. However, this could be a real advantage if you have several children working on this series for the summer, as it will be easier to keep their activities organized down to the same page number.

    The book refers to many websites that parents will need to visit before letting their children visit:,,,,, and more.

    While there are things I did not like about this workbook, on the whole, I am very satisfied with it and look forward to using it, especially the fitness component, with my girls this summer.
    3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    Oh my goodness...this is THE BOOK! 20 juillet 2013
    Par R. Weeks - Publié sur
    Format: Broché Achat vérifié
    My kids (7&9) have used these types of workbooks for years. There's usually something mising--not enough of a subject, duplication, oversimplification.... These workbooks have various subjects, have exercises for them and explains the relationship between healty eating, exercise, and learning, is separated by weekly assignments and activities where we don't have to give assignments throughout the book to get to the various subjects, and discusses subjects such as honesty and giving.

    Just a well put together set of books. It's what I've been looking for all these years but didn't even know! I was so excited when I saw the content at BAM that I actually purchased the 3rd to 4th grade one on site-- I couldn't wait to show it to my wife and kids. The work is so varied that even the kids love it. The borrowed books on 'Honest Abe' and Mother Theresa from the library last week to learn more about them...the workbook had introduced them in the morality lessons, I think. OUTSTANDING WORKBOOK.
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    Great New Summer Series- My Children LOVE Them! 17 avril 2011
    Par B Michaels - Publié sur
    Format: Broché Achat vérifié
    I was just recently introduced to the new SUMMER FIT series and am excited about this new series of summer workbooks. We received our books just a few days ago and my kids love them! I spent some time and went thru each of my children's books (k-1 and 1-2) and was pleased at what I found. SUMMER FIT contains all the basic skill activities in reading, writing, math and language arts that I look for to keep my children on grade level during the summer, but it also includes a daily fitness program and core value activities to help develop good exercise habits and character skills. Both exercise and value activities are important parts of the book, but they do not take away from the educational value and my children will still get a full review of the grade they are leaving and a preview of the grade ahead. SUMMER FIT also includes online games with each book (there are 5 available) and my children love the brain on the cover! My biggest challenge is going to be keeping these books hidden from my kids until they are out of school for summer vacation! A lot of thought was put into this series and there are too many extras to mention- well done!
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    Summer Fit Workbook 11 juin 2012
    Par Mymcbooks - Publié sur
    Format: Broché
    My Review: School is out and the summer holiday has begun. What best way to keep your children active than the Summer Fit Workbooks. The Summer Fit workbooks range from P-K to 5th Grade Levels. The activities and exercises in Summer Fit will take just 20-30 minutes a day to complete. Each day offers a simple and fun routine that reinforces skills not only in reading, math, language arts, and physical fitness plus a weekly core value, but basic history and geography as well.

    I have never come across a workbook that incorporates reading, writing, math with fitness and nutrition. The daily fitness program consists of 2 Aerobic days, 2 Strength days and 1 Sport day.

    The books are appropriate for each grade level, focusing on basics that will keep students involved with different activities and keep them ahead when school starts.

    If you are looking for something to keep your child active this summer, then SUMMER FIT would be something to consider. Summer Fit is the exercise book for your child's brain and body while they are away from school. The activities are interesting, fun and educational. Like the book says, "prepare children mentally, physically and socially for the grade ahead!"

    Summer Fit is the most comprehensive summer workbook and as a former teacher I highly recommend them.

    Ages: 5 and up

    FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.
    Little of everything. 7 octobre 2014
    Par Tammy P - Publié sur
    Format: Broché
    Good book to cover "little of everything"- not much deapth of each subject, so as summer break workbook, I added more math/reading practice with tablet apps and many library books. Parent info and kid's self evaluating sheet (which my son had no interest) take kind of too many pages, I thought. Overall, not bad, I'll probably have my son try this book again next summer along with other supplemental study materials.
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