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summertime learning eBook: free and filled with fun ideas!

Jun 2, 2011 // 14 comments // Categories: alphabet, cooking, math, outdoor learning, pretend play, printables, reading, science.

I am beyond excited to share the news of a project that’s been consuming my life for the last two weeks (hence, the few blog posts over here. . . ):

the we teach summertime learning eBook is hot off the presses!

Packed with ideas from over 30 contributors, this eBook is available to all we teach members and is worth checking out.

(It’s not the only thing I’ve got up my sleeve to keep your kids learning over the summer, though, so stay tuned. . .)

  • we teach summertime learning eBook: in 42 pages, you’ll find 30+ ideas that you can use on the hottest, most delightful sunny summer day to the rainiest and coolest have-to-stay-indoors kind of day.

It’s packed with craft ideas, cooking ideas, and literacy ideas. It’s got math, science, and play ideas.  Some are messy; some aren’t. Some require prep, and some are ones you can do on the fly.

As members of we teach, you can print the printables or print the whole book. Keep it in your pool bag, your car, or your stroller. It’s awesome!

The we teach summertime learning eBook features over 25 ideas for summer learning from we teach members including craft, cooking, literacy, math, science, focused play, indoor and outdoor suggestions, and considerations for taking learning a step further.

It’s packed with:







and. . .






Many thanks to the fabulous contributors:

A talented and varied forum of over 1600 members, we teach has grown rapidly over the last year into a strong and supportive, resource-rich online community of teachers, parents, and caregivers, bound by a common goal of making learning a fun and engaging experience for students of all ages.  Visit us:

Happy summer learning!

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  1. Woot! Woot!! Hooray for summer E-books packed full of goodness to keep those little minds and bodies busy so their mama’s can keep their sanity!

  2. WOW, what a great gift! Thank you so much for this. Just to mention, Scribd is unfortunately not free anymore, you need to pay or upload documents if you want to download a file… Cheers!

  3. Just added your Button to my Blog :)

  4. Amy, I know this must have been so much work to put together! Thanks again! It’s really a wonderful resource. I’m linking to it in a post on Monday. Have a great weekend!

    • thank you so much, Erin!! You are too sweet–and I’ll look forward to your post MOnday!! Your ideas are tops, and I appreciate you taking the time to submit them, my friend!!

  5. This is SO AWESOME! What a great resource!

    • thanks so much, my friend! I need to see you to catch up and hear about your ‘camp stimey’ plans this summer. . . xo

  6. Thank you for putting this E-book together. I’m sure this will be useful this summer! I’ve linked up to your post on my weekly favorites here:

    • thank you so much, Darcey!!
      SO excited about the book–but it came together only because we had awesome contributors!!


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