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Summer #BrainQuest Workbooks GIVEAWAY! : PragmaticMom
#SummerBrainQuest Workbooks GIVEAWAY!

Summer #BrainQuest Workbooks GIVEAWAY!

If you are looking to prevent “summer slide” with workbooks targeting kids between kindergarten and 6th grade, check out the new Summer Brain Quest series! It’s an exciting extension of the beloved and bestselling Brain Quest brand!

Summer Brain Quest Giveaway

Each workbook is structured like a game and is created in consultation with award-winning teachers. It has a summer progress map, with destinations on the map marking progress in the book in the form of quests and achievements. Mark off each quest with a sticker as it is completed. The quests cover all the different academic subjects for that grade!

The workbooks are in full color with side boxes called “Brain Boxes” that give more detailed information. There’s also attractive illustrations on each page to draw in the reader. You can write in the workbook, but it’s not an overwhelming amount of questions.

Summer Brain Quest Workbook Nile page example

This is a really fun summer workbooks series that kids will actually enjoy doing!

I’m giving away an ENTIRE Set of Summer Brain Quest workbooks (grades K-6)! See below to enter the Rafflecopter to win.

My 6th grade son and I have been using Big Fat Notebooks all year. He’s had a concussion and has missed quite a bit of school. It’s been helpful to whip out Big Fat Notebooks to review material for his science class. He likes how the information is presented with concise summaries and fun illustrations. I like how it’s comprehensive and a great review for tests.

Big Fat Notebooks are from the same brains that created Brain Quest! I love how the Summer Brain Quest Workbooks are the perfect study-buddy for all ages.

Win Entire Set of Summer Brain Quest Workbooks!

I’m giving away the entire set of six Summer Brain Quest WorkbooksPlease enter Rafflecopter below to enter. I can only ship to U.S.A. addresses due to the high cost of shipping.

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This is a sponsored post for Workman Publishing. As always, my opinions are my own.

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#SummerBrainQuest Workbooks GIVEAWAY!

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

48 Comments

  1. Wonderful give away! These books will help to develop the awareness of my son.
    Thanks for the chance. Have a nice day!
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  2. Selena

    What a great series! I love that they cover all of the topics in school. I make it a point to read at least twenty minutes a day with my kids during the summer to prevent the summer slide. I also make easy games out on the driveway with letters and numbers using sidewalk chalk.

  3. Olivia

    These look really cool! I wish I had thought of them when I was Easter basket shopping.

  4. I usually rely on activity books and worksheets.

  5. To prevent the dreaded Summer slide, we make regular visits to the library and participate in reading challenges. Math is always an area we follow behind, maybe because I am not math inclined. This summer I’m planing on having tutoring lessons for my new 5th grader.

  6. Kathy

    We do workbooks and print-outs we find online but I haven’t tried this brand yet!

  7. John Smith

    Kids should either just do what they want in the summer or be made to go to summer school. The U.S. would be much better if school was just a year-round thing.

  8. We read, do worksheets- I print them from Pinterest, we make crafts and do science projects (like make our own slime) and also play board games like monopoly to practice math.

  9. Renee Alam

    We would always do fun workbooks during the summer and as a reward we’d visit the park.

  10. We stay unplugged unless there is a good reason to use technology, travel, spend time outside, read together, and learn new things together. I think my kids go back to school smarter every fall as a result!
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  11. olga p

    Everyday we read at least one book a day and do some arts and crafts

  12. Nancy Wright

    We participate in every summer reading program possible!!

  13. Alyssa Annico

    It’s great to investigate the world outside and then tie that in to reading topics inside!

  14. Lisa

    As a youth services librarian my task is to provide space and materials for children to explore. I try to plan programs that allow access to new ideas and also room for creativity. Nourishing curiosity and feeding a love of learning is the mission.

  15. beth

    We read everyday and make sure we limit tv time.

  16. D Schmidt

    I spend a lot of time talking to them and working with them on their skills

  17. Lauren

    We keep up with reading and writing in journals.

  18. priya ramki

    take them for swimming classes and to the library ..

  19. Cheryl B

    We take them to the library and museum often.

  20. Dani peterson

    I’ve found that a chore chart is the best way. My kids have a few things they have to do before we do anything else and it keeps them motivated the whole summer. They can earn rewards and earn extra money.

  21. Angela Williams

    We do the Summer reading program at our local library.

    • Hi Angela,
      I used to do that as a kid. I would earn a guppy fish for every ten books I read. The librarian would scoop out the one I picked into a plastic bag. Eventually my guppies reproduced. I love summer library reading programs but I’m pretty sure no one does fish! 🙂
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  22. Stephanie Grant

    We like to play certain games to help keep him sharp and he loves to read non-fiction so that helps as well.

  23. We already are reading a book! 🙂
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  24. Sonia

    We participate in summer reading programs usually at the public library and barnes and noble and require a book to be read every day. I normally print out printables to practice math and writing skills as well. These workbooks look a lot different then the workbooks out there.

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