Summer Learning Rising Grade 3–4

Join Us in Our All-School Summer “Big Read”

In continuing a Carmel Campus tradition, all PK-8 students and their families are invited to read and learn together through a dynamic engagement with literature. When we return to campus in August, our learning community will engage in a range of campus-wide activities associated with these books in ways that support our School’s mission and core values. 

This summer’s “Big Read” will focus on the works of Jacqueline Woodson, an award-winning author best known for her National Award-Winning memoir, Brown Girl Dreaming.

Rising Grade 3-4 Summer Reading

Read 30 minutes/day and complete reading log

Before the Ever After

Brown Girl Dreaming


Summer Bingo

Find Books for Your Child’s Independent Reading Level

Here are some resources to help you find the right book for your child’s independent reading level (where the reader knows most of the words without too much difficulty).

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Guidelines for Success

  • Create a daily reading routine

  • Give your child choice in the books they select

  • Use family involvement to encourage and monitor reading

  • Promote a love of reading by balancing high interest books, audiobooks, and family read alouds with books at your child’s independent reading level.

  • Make Summer reading fun and help children sustain their reading skills.

Summer Math Learning


Math practice is intended to be a review of the previous year’s learning. Please spend 5-10 minutes/day completing the workbook pages to sustain math fact fluency and skills.

Recommended Math Games

Play commercially available board and card games that support reasoning, logic, problem solving, and fact fluency to promote math engagement. Please see Stevenson’s list of teacher approved math games.


Students in rising K-6 can use Dreambox as an optional extension. Contact for login help.

Summer Spanish

Stevenson encourages grades Pk-4 to use one or more of the following resources over the summer months to learn basic words and phrases in Spanish.

Need Help?

Please email Señora Kathryn Haggquist ( or
Profe Kate DePietro ( with any questions.