Dear Lower School Families,


St. Paul’s Lower School teachers strongly encourage reading and math activities for all students this summer. We can’t stress enough the importance of promoting curiosity while keeping skills sharp over the summer months. Research has indicated that students who are engaged with reading and math activities over the summer come back to school ready to thrive and learn. 


For current families, we have also posted this summer work in your child’s Seesaw account, or you can click here for a link to the Google slides. 


Here are direct links to the summer work:

  • Click here to view the Summer Reading and Math letter with directions.  

  • Click here to view the Reading Log and Math IXL Log.

  • Click here to view Summer Reading and Math Bingo Boards for students finishing K-1 

  • Click here to view Summer Reading and Math Bingo Boards for students finishing 2-3

  • Click here to view Summer Reading and Math work for students finishing Pre-K


Optional Summer Work:

Click here to purchase the optional math and reading summer skills workbook for the grade your child just completed.  P-1st students may complete the Kindergarten workbook.


Additional Summer Resources:

  • Click here for a list of recommended books for summer reading by grade level.  

  • Click here for a Maryland Day by Day Family Literacy Calendar.  

  • Click here for a list of engaging summer math ideas

  • Click here for additional summer resources

  • Click here for addition summer math resources, games, and websites


Don’t Forget!  

Email a picture of you completing your summer work adventures to or write a postcard to Mrs. Faint and Mrs. Horst. Tell about a summer adventure you have had, a place you have visited, a camp that you have attended, or an activity that you have accomplished. Mail it to St. Paul’s School: 

St. Paul’s Lower School

Attention:  Mrs. Faint and Mrs. Horst

11152 Falls Road

P.O. Box 8100

Brooklandville, MD 21022


Summer Work Contact Information:

Kara Horst                                                                         Susan Faint

Reading Specialist                                                           Math Specialist                                         


We wish you many wonderful math and reading adventures this summer!


Mrs. Horst and Mrs. Faint

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