While students (and teachers) enjoy the time off from school that summer brings, it can also cause students’ knowledge to slip and slide (which is not as much fun as the old-school, outdoor summer toy), creating a challenge for the upcoming school year. This means the start of the new year must make up that gap with review and reinforcement—AND re-engagement by students who must settle down to focus on learning.
Our content supports your efforts to bridge this summer gap through a wide variety of types of content, including: engaging GeoInquiries and GeoQuests, full text and visual Lesson Maps, interactive Field Trips, GNN articles, maps, and much more. Let’s take a look at some of the content you can use to start planning for the next school year.
Also, check out our Summer of Where landing page to discover even more content to inspire you as you plan how to bridge the learning gap that comes with the inevitable summer slide.