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Summer Bridge Activities Review and Giveaway

This giveaway is now over. The winners are Courtney, Lisa, and Vickie. Congrats!

904042Are your kids driving you nuts yet?  It's July 1st, and Madison has been out of school for 2 (aff) months already though I realize that regular school has only been out a month.  One of the biggest struggles in the summer time is that our kids get bored.  That is where the Summer Bridge Activities comes in!  These books have a ton of activities that are both fun and educational.  We've been able to work on reading, writing, math, and language already, and Madison is only starting kindergarden in the fall.  We've especially noticed with her that if we don't continue working on her skills that she forgets them.  This wonderful activity book keeps her attention and keeps her skills.  We've worked on making our letters, coloring pictures, counting — just to name a few things.  Also, make sure you check out the bonus section!  I love that when you complete the book that there is a certificate for your child.  The activities are very age appropriate.  Now, we worked on the P-K book.  However, you can get these for all grades.  It is a great way for your kids to have fun and learn!

I have arranged for 3 (aff) of my lucky readers to get one of these activity books.  Here's what you need to do:

Leave a comment on this post. Check out the Summer Bridge Activities and tell me which book you'd like.

Each of these gives you one additional entry:

1. Twitter about this contest. Please leave me your username so I can verify. Or use something like this:

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If this isn't working, please let me know. For some reason, WordPress seems to be eating the code up when I post. Each of these will give you 10 additional entries:

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This contest will end at July 15rd at noon CST! It is for US and Canadian residents! Good Luck!!

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198 thoughts on “Summer Bridge Activities Review and Giveaway

  1. I would love the one for grades 2-3. I have a few grandkids in that age level. Thank you!

  2. I'd go with the 5-6 since my niece has ADHD and its important that we keep up a routine with working on school learning even in the summer and this would be a great addition to our day. Thanks for the chance.

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