Summer Resources: Seventh Grade

2020 Summer Activity/Learning Suggestions
Sixth Grade going into Seventh Grade

Welcome to seventh grade! The intention of summer practice is to integrate school learning into home life. Below you’ll find suggestions that include playful activities that also reinforce academic skills, in a relaxed family environment. This year, given the COVID situation, we have added more online opportunities for learning over the summer. We’ve also included online resources and quick links to specialist google slide lessons for art, music, and Spanish, in case your student would like to access these over the summer.

Wishing you a restful and restorative summer!


  • Read, read, read!

  • Required Reading

    Please read a book by an author from a different country than the USA, as our historical focus will be World History. Here is a link with some suggestions, but please use your own discretion when reviewing books! Please be ready to do a book talk on your novel when we return to school in the fall.

  • Cooking & Baking

    Cooking/baking for, and with, your family to develop cooking skills that will deliciously serve you throughout your life.

  • Create your space

    Create a space in your house to work on home-school connections (your study spot! – this can be fun!).

  • Be in Nature

    Be in nature as much as possible as a means to develop your sensitivity and awareness of the world around you.

  • Grammar Review

    Go into Quill for grammar review.

  • Schedule Downtime

    Schedule lots of “needs-nothing” time, with open space and no agenda. The summer is a time to connect as a family in a relaxed environment, enjoying being together!

Online Resources

Practice keyboarding on Typing Club.

Grammar review:
Go into Quill for grammar review.


Go into Khan Academy for math review