Kids: Beware! Your parents might try to make you...learn over the summer. And that's not fair! Didn't you just spend the entire year learning in school? Don't sweat it. Summer Activities is the type of book that will make your parents THINK you're brushing up on your studies. But really, you'll be having a ton of fun instead!
This on-the-go guide includes 200 writing, reading, social studies, science, and math activities, including:
• design a movie poster
• form a mysterious reading society
• host a backyard Olympics
• create a portable cooling device
• take a public opinion poll on pets Sound good so far? Check out Summer Activities for a whole summer of fun. (Don't worry--you can still tell your parents you are bored.)
Marc Tyler Nobleman is a writer and cartoonist. His books include What's the Difference? and How to Do a Belly Flop.
Jeffrey Rutzky is a well-known paper folder and the author of two books in the Tear-i-gami series, Jewelgami and Bugagami, and Kirigami, a kit.
Dr. Philippa Gordon is a long-time Brooklyn pediatrician with three children of her own.