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If you are looking for supplemental material for your young adult to do at home at night, on the weekends or over breaks, I've listed some ideas and web sites below.

* Go to the library and check out books
* Read a vacation brochure/online information
* Follow along with books on tape/cd

* Draw a picture of the setting from a book you read/was read to you
* Draw a picture of the characters and write 2 adjectives that describe the characters from a book you read/was read to you
* Answer who, what, where, when to a movie/book/TV show
* List/draw 3 events in sequential order from a book/movie/TV show
* List and describe characters from a book/movie/TV show
* Write a 2-5 sentence summary from a book/movie/TV show
* Retell a story to someone or record you retelling a story/movie/TV show
* Write/record yourself telling an alternate ending or predict what might happen next

Writing:
* Keep a daily journal or draw pictures of what you do each day
* Write/type a letter/postcard
* Make a grocery list
* Make a list/pictures of your favorite foods and recipes you can make with those foods
* Write/type/record a summary about a TV show or movie
* Interview a friend/parent/grandparent
* Write/type/record a story about a summer vacation you'd like to take
* Make/type/record a list of adjectives that describe a person/place/thing
* Write/type/record a review about a restaurant where you ate
* Write the words to your favorite song

Math:
* Figure out the tip at a restaurant
* Figure out how many hours/minutes until you go to the movies, your favorite show is on, etc.
* Pay for your own meal with cash and figure the tax, tip and change
* Get old receipts from your parents and round to the next dollar/ten dollar amount.
* Get old receipts and round the cents to the nearest ten (ex: \$4.32 = \$4.30)
* Identify 2-D and 3-D shapes in your house or community
* Measure things in your house or outside in feet and/or inches

Web Sites for online games and worksheets:
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Language Arts:

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