Kids and parents work so hard during the school year. In my home we’re already counting the days till summer break, and looking forward to sleeping in a little, relaxing and having fun in the sun. However, I do worry about “summer slide” a.k.a. “brain drain” or “summer slump.” Summer learning loss is real. In fact, research shows that if kids take a break from learning all summer, they can lose up to three months’ worth of knowledge from the previous grade. This summer we’ll avoid summer learning loss thanks to SUMMER BRAIN QUEST – an exciting new workbook, game, and outdoor adventure from the beloved and #1 bestselling Brain Quest brand. This post is sponsored by Workman Publishing. However, my excitement for Summer Brain Quest is all my own.
Bridge the Gap of Summer Learning Loss
Each summer, teachers and parents like you and me are on a mission to prevent summer learning loss. It is so nice to finally have a workbook that not only helps with reading achievement, writing, math, science and social studies AND presents it in a way that is fun for kids. My 8 year old doesn’t retain information very well if she doesn’t find something interesting. The SUMMER BRAIN QUEST WORKBOOKS present learning in a way that is sure to hold her interest all summer long.
SUMMER BRAIN QUEST workbooks are available for kids targeting each summer between kindergarten and 6th grade. They provide a one-of-a-kind learning experience that delivers personalized learning for every type of kid, meaning they are tailored to each child’s strengths, needs and interests. The workbooks empower kids to have a voice in what and how they learn, while ensuring they get enough practice of the fundamentals. It achieves all of this through an interactive format.
Each workbook includes a pullout tri-fold map that functions as a game board, 150 stickers to mark progress on an included progress chart, and a personalized learning system. The map shows different routes that correspond to 110 pages of curriculum-based exercises and 8 outdoor learning experiences. It offers a choice of routes, allowing kids to customize their learning path and pursue what excites them most. When your child completes their quest, you can reward them with the included Summer Brainiac Award. How fun is that?!
Summer Brain Quest Workbooks
You’ll be glad to know that each SUMMER BRAIN QUEST workbook has been created in consultation with an award-winning teacher specializing in that grade, and is aligned to Common Core State Standards, Next Generation State Standards, and state social studies standards.
Kids like things that are visually interesting and SUMMER BRAIN QUEST WORKBOOKS certainly deliver on that thanks to original artwork by video game artist Edison Yan that makes every book feel fresh and fun. These are the most visually appealing books in the market.
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SUMMER BRAIN QUEST is on sale starting today and I have a set of books to give away to one of YOU!
Bridge the gap with Summer Brain Quest!
One (1) winner receives:
Complete set of 6 Summer Brain Quest workbooks (grades K-6)
Branded colored pencils
Branded swim goggles
And a branded drawstring backpack to hold it all!
Giveaway open to US addresses only.
Prizing and samples provided by Workman Publishing.
Jacqui Odell says
I would love to try these out with my kids. Especially my daughter. She loves workbooks!
Claudia Krusch says
I need to get these books for my kids. I am always concerned about summer learning loss.
Amanda Alvarado says
I’d like to win this so that my daughter has something constructive to do over the summer!
We have used Summer Bridge every year! I think learning needs to continue over the Summer. We even used other Summer Bridge products when I homeschooled my son. Love them!
Would love to win these. What a terrific jump to help the kiddos get ahead.
Stacey Laws says
Love brain quest! Summer workbooks awesome idea and so needed!
I want to win these as a gift for my cousin.
This would keep my kids busy during the summer.
jeremy mclaughlin says
These would be great for my sons.
Leigh Anne Borders says
I would love to win this so I can keep my kids academically involved and off some technology this summer.