We are always improving!

You spoke, we listened! You told us the end of the school year can get a bit crazy. We heard you! We wanted to help. So this year, you can have the Summer Solutions books shipped directly to students’ homes. Check out our new option! You Choose – Everyone’s a Winner! Contact:Judy at 1-877-382-7537 or […]

100,000 Summer Solutions Books!!

Can you believe that in the next few weeks Bright Ideas Press will be shipping over 100,000 Summer Solutions books all across the country?  Each school that took a summer code will be getting their orders sorted and packaged by family name. These schools encouraged their families to use their school code because they know […]

Don’t be a day late and a dollar short!

Look at all of the Summer Solutions orders came in just last night!  Many of our schools are taking advantage our dollar back program.  Today is the LAST day for you to order your Summer Solutions books and still earn money for your school.  Of course you can still order after that, but why wait?  […]

Summer Solutions Gives Back!

Here at Summer Solutions, we live to give back to our schools and communities. Between our Dollar Back program, our school codes, our wide range of subjects, and our commitment to stopping the summer learning slide, we never get tired of giving back. With a school code, Summer Solutions gives back to your school in […]

Summer Already?

  The other day I got a summer camp program in the mail.  I was a little surprised.  It was 23 degrees in Cleveland that day.  How could I even begin thinking of sending my kids off to summer camp?  Then I looked at the calendar, and realized that summer is just around the corner. […]

Problem Solving

Summer Solutions Problem Solving provides a way to bridge the summer learning gap while developing fluency with a range of problem-solving strategies. The strategies covered include Make an Organized List, Guess and Check, Solve a Simpler Equation, Design a Table or Chart, Work Backward, Write an Equation, Find a Pattern, Make a Model, Act It […]

Today’s Study Skills Lesson: What are Primary and Secondary Sources?

Students can use the summer break to shore up their study skills and prepare for middle school and high school with this 30-lesson summer workbook. All educational standards require students to be able to read and comprehend nonfiction passages at grade level, write objective summaries of nonfiction text, and use context clues to determine the […]