Summer is starting earlier this year! Educators across the country know how important Summer Solutions is to their students’ summer vacation routines. Take a moment to see what’s inside by viewing the Summer Solutions digital sampler. Then, click on the button below and we will send you more information about offering Summer Solutions to the parents in your school. If you completed […]
Yes, summer break is a long way off, but you may be too busy in the spring to think about one more thing. Summer Solutions is being used by tens of thousands of children across the country over the summer break. Please take a minute to find out why your parents will want to order Summer Solutions for their […]
Summer Solutions are the workbooks that teachers trust and recommend to keep children academically engaged over the summer months. Unlike other workbook series, Summer Solutions provides distributed practice that strengthens retention over a ten-week summer period and allows children to learn new material at the start of the next school year. Anyone can use Summer […]
Snow is starting to fall in Northeast Ohio and to celebrate we’ve created a “Flurry of Math” to keep your students’ math skills sharp. The worksheet for each grade is coded with the Common Core State Standard that it reinforces.
Food. It’s something that many of us take for granted. Most of us are fortunate enough to eat two to three meals a day. If we skip a meal, it’s usually because we are too busy, and not because we don’t have access to food. But, that is not the case for all. In fact, […]
Writing Task Activity Story mapping is the ability to identify the components of a story—setting and characters, as well as the sequence of the story (beginning, middle, and end). Story mapping is an important skill that contributes to a student’s ability to comprehend what he/she has read. This skill is particularly important when reading narrative […]
A recent post introduced our new Reading Comprehension books for grades 7 and 8. Continuing the thread of reading’s preeminence for learning got us thinking about reading, literacy, and education around the country and around the world. Recently published books, such as World Literacy: How Countries Rank and Why It Matters, by Miller and McKenna […]
Kentucky Studies applies the Simple Solutions Approach to Kentucky’s 4th grade academic standards and incorporates the 5 big ideas: geography, history, government, economics, and culture.
Reading is the fundamental building block of all learning. Statistics show that the reading habits and achievement levels of students at all levels is in decline. The US ranks 7th in reading literacy among 60 nations in the world. Although this number has improved, more needs to be done. The key to increasing proficient readers […]
It’s spring, April is coming, and our thoughts turn to—jelly beans! National Jelly Bean Day is April 22. Yay! In spring, however, students often get spring fever. Use jelly-bean fever to help combat this enormous obstacle to learning! You’ll find your students reengaging all over the place when you implement one or more of the […]