Celebrate the hot months with these worksheets exploring topics related to the summer season weather and activities.

The following collection of worksheets contains a number of short reading passages covering topics associated with summer events, such as vacation destinations, why it gets hotter, finding a job, and more! Two separate answer sheets are associated with each passage. One is a multiple choice worksheet and the other is a short-answer worksheet. Instructors may choose to use either or both question sheets (answer keys are provided for all). The season of Flip Flops is also a time when the Eiffel tower grows up to a half foot taller. Yeah, iron likes to expand when its heated. We enjoy more daylight, but at the cost of a higher temperature.

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How Long Reading Worksheet

How Long Is Your Summer Break?

In the United States, there is no standard summer break, nor are there a set number of school days required per year. US schools have an average of 180 instructional days per school year.

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How Long Choice Worksheet

How Long? Multiple Choice

Most schools in the US have a summer break from mid-June through August, resuming school shortly after Labor Day in September.

Length Free Response Worksheet

How Long Free Response

Why do some experts object to the extended summer break?

10 Things reading Worksheet

10 Things you should do in the Summer (before you grow up) - Reading Passage

Students spend much of the school year looking forward to summer break. It is a time of freedom from classrooms, homework, and teachers.

Before Multiple Choice Worksheet

Before You Grow Up Multiple Choice Questions

Summer is a great time to do things that you can’t do in other seasons because of weather conditions.

10 Things Worksheet

Things About Summer Free Response

Flying a kite is more than just running and releasing. Find out how lift, velocity, and weight all affect how the kite will launch.

Job Reading Worksheet

How to find a Summer Job Reading Worksheet

The first step is to consider your skills. What are you good at? Do you have any special talents or training? Now think about how those things might be a benefit to someone.

Job Multiple Choice Worksheet

Summer Job Multiple Choice Questions

Once you have decided on what you want to provide to customers, create a colorful, informative flyer. Make sure to include your name and telephone number, as well as what services you are offering.

Job Free Response Worksheet

How to find a Job Free Response

Remember to dress neatly and wash up before going out to sell your services. First impressions are very important!

Summer Vacation Reading Worksheet

Great Places to go over Your Summer Vacation - Reading Passage

Summer vacation is a time when many families choose to take vacations. Without the constraints of the shorter school breaks, plans can be more flexible and vacations may be extended.

Great Places Multiple Choice Worksheet

Great Places Multiple Choice Questions

Summer is also a good time to visit Alaska. The usually frigid temperatures become comfortable and warm. Cooler temperatures are still evident near the tops of higher mountains, but in general, daytime temperatures average in the 60s.

Places Free Response Worksheet

Great Places Free Response

Several states host State Fairs during the summer months. These events usually have rides, exhibits, concerts, and lots of delicious food.

Summer School? Reading Worksheet

What Happens at Summer School? - Reading Passage

Summer school is a program, usually within a school district, that offers classes for students during the summer break.

School Quiz

What Happens at School? - Quiz

Remedial summer school is often structured in half-day sessions, with classes in the morning and afternoon with a lunch break midway through the day.

School Short Answer Worksheet

School Short Answer Questions

Over the years, academic summer school's purpose has evolved. At first, in the 1950s, it was used to counter low academic achievement.

Heat Reading Worksheet

Why is it so Hot in the Summer? Reading Worksheet

Many people think that the Earth's temperature is only related to the rotation of the Earth around the Sun.

Hot Quiz

Why is it so Hot? - Quiz

Orbit alone is not responsible for hot summers. The Earth's axis is important as well.

Hot Free Response Worksheet

Why is it so Hot? Free Response

When the sun’s rays hit the Earth at a steep angle, they don't spread out very much and are more concentrated on one spot.

Daylight Worksheet

Why are there More Hours of Daylight in the Summer?

Have you noticed that in the winter some of us have to get up early and it is still dark? Sometimes it is dark before suppertime as well!

Daylight Quiz

Extra Daylight Quiz

The Earth circumnavigates the Sun, but it is not perpendicular within its orbit. A 23.45° tilt in the Earth's axis causes the Sun’s rays to hit the Earth at different angles during its orbit.

Daylight Free Response Worksheet

More Daylight Free Response

Twice a year, the Sun is directly above the Earth's equator. These days are called equinoxes.

Wildfires Reading Worksheet

Why are there so many more Wildfires? reading Worksheet

Wildfires are nature's method for recycling. The fire replenishes nutrients into the soil and stimulates new growth. Fires eliminate excessive woody shrubs, fallen needles, and other dead plant materials to allow new plants to grow.

Wildfires Quiz

Wildfires Quiz

Unfortunately, many naturally occurring wildfires are interrupted or eliminated. They are viewed as a threat to humans.

Wildfires Free Response Worksheet

Wildfires Free Response

Allowing natural fires in unpopulated areas to burn themselves out naturally could help to decrease the overall incidence of wildfires.

Thunder and Lightning Worksheet

Thunder and Lightning Storms More Probable in Summer - Reading Passage

Thunderstorms need moisture and rapidly rising warm air to develop. These conditions occur in tandem more frequently in the summer months.

Lightning Quiz

Thunder and Lightning Quiz

Humid air contains a high amount of water vapor. Solar heating, changes in air pressure, or the meeting of air streams may lead to warm, humid air being lifted.

Lightning Free Response Worksheet

Thunder and Lightning Free Response Worksheet

When a meteorologist talks about the clouds, you might hear him mention cumulonimbus. These are the clouds that produce thunderstorms.

Bug Bites Reading Worksheet

Protect Yourself from Bug Bites Reading Worksheet

Insects are prevalent in the summer months, and more than just being annoying, some of them can bite or sting.

Bug Bites Quiz

Bug Bites Quiz

The most common summer insect is the mosquito. Mosquitoes feed on the blood of animals and humans because the blood provides the necessary proteins for females to lay eggs.

Bug Bites Free Response Worksheet

Bug Bites Free Response

Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of animals and humans as well. Their bite may be pain free, but they may spread diseases, including Lyme disease.

How To Get Ahead In School Over The Summer

For most students, summer is the break they earn after a long session of tiring schedules, weekly quizzes, exams, and whatnot. It is a well-deserved relaxation treat to regain composure in life and routine.

However, some over-achievers and parents of such students cannot sit and do nothing all summer long; they need the right balance to smoothen the transition in August. For them, we bring you these tips to excel at school over this period of time.

Five Ways to Get Ahead in School

1. Preparation Of Standardized Tests

Whether you are a high-schooler who would soon appear for their SATs or middle schoolers working your way into high school, your brain needs stimulation. This summer, you can prepare for the standardized prep tests to increase your score. You might not be able to do that once the year gets into full swing.

2. Take Advanced Placement Classes

There might be a full fall schedule where you will not get enough time even to breathe. To avoid such situations in the future, high-schoolers must opt for extra credit classes during this window of time. Although these are courses you will study in college, there is no harm in getting up to date with your favorite subjects.

3. Summer Internships

Volunteering and internships are your go-to move if you are tired of the school rituals and need a breather but do not want to be unproductive. Many companies, nonprofit organizations, community centers, and even religious centers are looking for eager students who would like to help society somehow.

Registering with such organizations and working under them can expand your network and build a resume. Similarly, internships in the relevant field of your choice can significantly impact your career choices.

It can help refine your goals and concentrate on the critical points that need more attention. In the long run, when you compete with the graduates of the same CGPA as yours, this activity can provide you an edge and experience against other candidates.

4. Take On Daunting Subjects

This summer, review the materials of the subjects which were hard to understand during the year. It is imperative to start a year with no ambiguities from the last one. After reviewing work from the previous year and improving the mistakes you made, it is time to take on the syllabus for the following year. Do read ahead of the classes and complete your vacation homework.

5. Prepare For College

This tip is for students entering senior year. The year is one of the most hectic ones. With only a single year left to increase your grades, work on extracurricular activities, write a personal statement, give your SATs, and choose the right program, all can be excruciatingly stressful. To manage all things is a hassle and will be less productive.

It is a helpful tip to choose the colleges you would apply to and reach out to their admissions department with your unofficial transcript and resume. The counselors there can let you know the specifications needed in your application profile, and you can work together on the admission process.

This can not only be for fun and trips. It can also be the chance to grow academically. It just depends on your choices.

What is Summer?

If you are unfamiliar with the use of this term or are secondary or tertiary English language speaker, this may be an unfamiliar term and might seem like slang.

You love holidays, don't you? Then you must be desperately waiting for those warm vacations! We do we get holidays in that season, but do you know what this season is all about? Let's take a look!

This hot season is one of the four seasons that occur around the year. Among the four seasons, it is the hottest season of the year. This season is when the people have to face the scorching heat of the Sun.

During this season, the days are longer, and the nights are shorter. Mostly, it occurs in the northern and southern parts of the Earth. In the Northern parts, the summer season ranges from April to September while in the Southern region, the season occurs from December to March months.

During the summer season, people enjoy going to the beach and visiting cool places. Eating different varieties of fruits such as watermelon, mangoes, grapes, and vegetables like cucumbers to beat the heat. People go out to visit different places with their families during this season most of all.