Alhumdillah you have completed kindergarten. Although summer has come, please do continue to do summer reading with your parents. It is very important at this level to read as much as possible. If you have a library card, e books are being made available so kids can read right at home. I have attached a summer assignment for you. Inshallah complete it over your summer break and bring to school in September. I hope you all have a happy and safe summer vacation!
Assalamu Alaikum! Welcome to 2nd grade. Although summer has come, please do continue to do summer reading on a daily basis. It is very important at this level to read as much as possible. If you have a library card, e books are being made available so kids can read right at home. I have attached a summer assignment for you. Inshallah complete it over your summer break and bring to school in September. I hope you all have a happy and safe summer vacation! Jazakallah! Sister Benazir
Complete the worksheet which has been provided for the two books which have been listed under required.
The books under required reading must be read!
Optional books are attached. (I highly suggest to READ! READ!) Required reading: (Must read and complete worksheet for both)
Summer is an exciting time of the year, kids like to have fun everyday. I would love to know what you guys did the whole summer. The students should make a journal entry every day before going to bed, writing what they did whole day. I don’t want entire essays but a couple of lines with date and day explaining how did you spend your day.
Please decorate your journals and bring it back the following school year. This will be graded in your MP 1.
Suggested Titles for Incoming Third Graders â€“ 2020
It has been a pleasure teaching and working with all of you. I enjoyed watching you grow and learn throughout the year. I know you will do an amazing job next year! As much as we want to forget about school in the summer, we can’t quite forget about our favorite summer reading! :) To help you be more prepared for next year, I have suggested a few book titles that you can try reading over the summer. They may be challenging at first, but I know you will get the hang of them. I canâ€™t wait to hear all about your stories when you return next year , inshallah. Have a great summer everyone!
Book Titles For Incoming Fourth Graders
While reading the suggested books, please write the following elements in the stories:
Plot – the main events of the book
Characters – people who are in the book. There are main characters, who are the center characters of the story and minor characters, who donâ€™t appear often and have a smaller role.
Setting – where the story takes place. Keep in mind there can be multiple settings
Conflict – the issue the main characters are trying to resolve
Resolution – the solution to the problem
American Girl Series – Various Authors
Ivy and Bean Series – Annie Barrows
I CAN READ: Amelia Bedelia Series – Peggy Parish
A-Z Mysteries Series – Ron Roy
Clementine Series – Sara Pennypacker
Junie. B Jones – Barbara Park
Magic Tree House Series – Mary Pope Osborne
The Boxcar Children – Gertrude Chandler Warner
Read Biographies of famous people
Who Was? – Various authors ( The books are basic biographies of important people and were written by different authors)
Summer reading is crucial.Â Reading is like exercise; when you stop and then go back to it you will only have aches and pains.Â Continue reading so you are ready for school in September.Â Read the assigned book and the optional book if you want. The pdf of each book is included.Â Many libraries offer ebooks to be taken out online with a library card.Â Complete the assignment below and submit to your Language Arts teacher the first week of school.
Discuss the theme (overall message) of the book.
Write a character sketch of one of the characters where you include the personality and physical characteristics.
Write about your favorite part of the book and why it is your favorite.
Draw a new book cover for your book.
Required reading of Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
As you read your book it is recommended that you have a sheet of paper folded in half as your â€œbookmarkâ€.Â Record any new words, ideas, and your thoughts as you read.Â Keep in mind the assignment above, so you can refer to your â€œbookmarkâ€ when you do your assignment.Â This can easily be done with sticky notes as well.Â Enjoy your book and have a safe and healthy summer!