They've completed Second Grade and their confidence is growing as fast as they are. Keep them flying high through the summer months with Daily Summer Activities, Moving from Second to Third Grade. As someone who has already tried the series said: "Evan-Moor's Daily Summer Activities is wonderful. It is the right amount of review, at the right speed of presentation. It keeps academic skills sharp and children love it. It is what I recommend to all my parents." - ; Second Grade Teacher, Schaumburg, IL. Specific content in this volume includes: a fiction and a nonfiction story with comprehension questions each week, sentences to correct for capitalization, punctuation, and grammar, 8 to 10 spelling words to learn each week, mathematics practice - ;addition and subtraction facts, word problems, two and three-digit addition and subtraction with and without borrowing and carrying, multiplication facts to 25, language skills such as alphabetical order, contractions, nouns and verbs, synonyms and antonyms, vowel sounds, parts of sentences, beginning geography--map symbols and reading simple maps, manuscript handwriting practice, creative writing activities: "Arnold's Strange Lunch," "Margo's Dream," "Where Does the Garbage Go?," and "An Elephant Poem" are just a few of the topics that serve as the focal points for learning in this book. The practice cards for Daily Summer Activities, Moving from Second to Third Grade are for the addition and subtraction facts from 10 to 18. The color and black & white illustrations in this book are cute and clever, with just enough detail. They serve to highlight the more complex lessons appropriate for this age group. Colorful answer keys included. All 144 pages, plus eight flash card pages (printed on durable card stock), are perforated for easy removal.