Summer Learning Gift Pack from Carson-Dellosa | [CLOSED GIVEAWAY]

Summer Learning Gift Pack from Carson-Dellosa

Did you know that kids could lose up to 2.5 months of learning throughout the summer? This can make for a rough start to the school year for kids, parents and teachers but it is fully preventable with just a little learning each day.

According to a study by Johns Hopkins University, by ninth grade, the lack of summer learning can be blamed for roughly two-thirds of the achievement gap.


Carson-Dellosa is here to help! Just a few minutes a day can help your child retain all that hard earned knowledge and give them a great stepping stone for the next school year!



ONE OurKidsMom reader is going to win an age appropriate summer learning pack!



This giveaway ended at 11:59 PM EST on June 8, 2012.

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  1. Debra Getsinger says

    Counting Quest Board Game

  2. Site for educators as well as parents. 35 years…

  3. Debra Getsinger says

    Explore the outdoors during the summer is so much fun.

  4. Melanie says

    I like the free activities and idea section. There was a great parent resource for the months of March and April. Lots of neat stuff in them!

  5. Melanie says

    Summer camps and exploring our neighborhood.

  6. Monica Leasure says

    My son would love the All around the Farm Board game…. he loves games…. Getting boys to do homework is not easy, I know I have 3 of them…. Using games that feature learning skills makes it more fun….. And they are learning while playing…. thank you for the giveaway…

  7. Laura Evans says

    I didn’t know they made products for toddlers.

  8. Laura Evans says

    We enjoy educational day trips in the summertime.

  9. Amie Van Devender says

    This is the program that my daughters kindergarten teacher suggested for her over the summer. Very excited to have an opportunity to win. Thank you!

  10. Emily R. says

    I love that they have special needs materials!


  11. Carol says

    Nice giveaways. I really love it. Thanks for posting such a nice giveaways!

  12. Emily R. says

    I plan to do educational workbooks, educational computer games, and have our son keep a journal to practice his writing.


  13. Amie Van Devender says

    I’m planning on enrolling my kids in the library summer reading program today. We are also working on their weakest areas of learning this summer. Spelling for my son going into second grade. Reading for my daughter going into first grade. Writing skills for my son going into eight grade. For my youngest who isn’t ready for school yet, we are doing ABC mouse and what I refer to as preschool in a box.

  14. Erica E. says

    LOVE the pdf on camping! How fun!!

  15. Erica E. says

    I actually don’t have my own kids, but am a Child Life Specialist at a major hospital and am ALWAYS looking for educational ideas for my kiddos in the summer. We are going to have a “Bookpalooza” the end of this month for all of our kiddos who have read for at least 30 minutes a day since January! 🙂

  16. Kendal Barriere says

    the alphabet train puzzle!

  17. Ashley Hatten says

    I like the Judy® Clock Class Pack Clock

  18. Heather S says

    I like the Addition and Subtraction Bingo game!

  19. Big Box of Nursery Rhymes Puzzle

  20. Erin Rok says

    I like the Alphabet Train Floor Puzzle Floor Puzzle

  21. Erin Rok says

    I would like to teach my two year old about colors/shapes

  22. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says

    I like the Animals Workbook
    Grades 2-3 / Ages 7-8
    this would be for my granddaughter, when she is here I help her to read
    thanks for the giveaway

  23. Nicole Tackett says
  24. Nicole Tackett says

    I plan on using flash cards for words and numbers to help get my daughter ready for kindergarden!

  25. Jude Skocki Kelly says

    I love that there is FREE ideas on there like Camp-Lots-O-Fun

  26. Tara says

    I learned that they also have Christian items 🙂

  27. Tara says

    We plan on doing lots of reading 🙂

  28. Alyssa Parkinson says

    I love the summer learning packs.

  29. Irene says

    The Nursery Rhymes Puzzles sound great

  30. Francine Anchondo says

    I like Human Body Bulletin Board Set

  31. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    I like the Big Box of Little Word Puzzles.

  32. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    I sign my kids up for a reading program every summer.

  33. Any of the Christian workbooks but I also like the All about Jesus for Kids Chart.

  34. We’re doing weekly bible study lessons at home, and I’m incorporating holiday-related lapbooks as well.

  35. Natalie says

    Love the owl collection , we read a lot of books in the summer thank u

  36. Mayla M says

    I like that they have a free ideas and activities section!

  37. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    Cinderella Storybook
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  38. Tina M says

    I like the free classroom resources

  39. D Schmidt says

    I really like the alphabet puzzle

  40. Christina says

    I have heard such great things from a friend about the Summer Bridge Activity books!
    My daughter would probably love the Guinness World Records® Amazing Animals Workbook too!

  41. Christina says

    I try to add in some fun learning activities a few days during the week for the Summer. I do like to use some workbooks or worksheets for rainy days. My daughter loves doing stuff like that.

  42. mell says

    I like the Addition and Subtraction Bingo game!

  43. Erika P. says

    I’d like to have the Learn the Alphabet Manipulative set.

  44. Machell Duke says

    I like the Animal Workbook

  45. Machell Duke says

    I plan to help my daughter learn this summer is by taking her to a math camp for kids and parents.

  46. Ellen B says

    products for toddlers – get them started

  47. amy tolley says

    they have lots of educational things to do on their site…thanks for sharing…

  48. amy tolley says

    we already joined a reading club for the summer and will do lots of hands on hands crafts and other to keep the learning going on plus take trips to the local museums and stuff…thanks

  49. Sue Hull says

    I like the puzzles for my 2 neices ages 4 and 8. Thanks for the giveaway!

  50. I like that their products are age-specific.

  51. We have sight words flash cards we use.

  52. Sandy VanHoey says

    I like the big box of nursery rhyme puzzle

  53. Sandy VanHoey says

    We plan on continuing to read and do work books this summer

  54. joanne major says

    i like all the ideas to help the grandchildren during the summer keep learning

  55. kimbuckjr says

    I like ALL of Carson Dellosa’s stickers, but I would use the “Commonly Misspelled Words Stickers” the most to help my daughter. Carson D. has the best stickers….EVER, I think!

  56. kimbuckjr says

    This summer my hubby & I plan to go over all her 2nd grade worksheets that the teacher returned home with my daughter. We kept them throughout the school year especially for this time, summer vacation.
    kimbuckjr at yahoo dot com

  57. Diane Zielinski says

    I like the Alphabet Sounds game.

  58. Diane Zielinski says

    We’ll be going to the library this summer.

  59. christine jessamine says

    i like the Colorful Owls Cut-Outs

  60. Yolanda R says

    I would to get the Big Box of Alphabet Knowledge Board Game.

  61. Yolanda R says

    I plan on taking my kids on different trips around the community.

  62. Carmen Van Deursen says

    I like the popcorn cutouts.

  63. Carmen Van Deursen says

    Lots of time outs IDE exploring nature. Some workbook time but more exploring and getting messy.

  64. Yesenia says

    All around the farm board game!!

  65. Yesenia says

    In addition to incorporating learning with activities such as gardening, cooking & camping, we plan on borrowing and reading library books (he enjoys going to the main children’s library in Brooklyn, NY), as well as doing activity books.

  66. polly says

    i like their bee incentive charts

  67. polly says

    i buy my 3 year old grandson wporbooks for his age group…he loves them

  68. heather eg kaufman says

    One, Two, at the Zoo Activity Book


    I like the free Ideas & Activities section they offer

  70. Catie says

    I love the Alphabet Learning Cards!

  71. lisa says

    I like the free activities

  72. the addition and subtraction bingo game!

    i do “homeschool” pre-k with my boys. they love it. we have it somewhat structured 3 days a week—every month and break in august.

  73. Denise C says

    I’d like the Numbers Kit!

  74. Jaime says

    I want the Big Box of Little Word Puzzles Puzzle for my daughter!

  75. I love their free products, thanks for sharing!

  76. Amanda Alvarado says

    I like the Cut, Color, Trace, & Paste Rebus Stories Resource Book

  77. Amanda Alvarado says

    We will continue to practice letter recognitions, simple adding and subtracting and hopefully start on tracing letters (she needs a lot of work on her fine motor skills!).

  78. mframe says

    I would love to have the Animals Workbook

  79. mframe says

    We do a couple of worksheets a day

  80. I love the free activities and ideas section, especially the Alien Jobs activity, I think I will try this at home.

  81. How do I plan to help my child learn during the summer? There is so much we do I couldn’t possibly explain it all! My daughter has struggled with her development, and although she is doing amazingly well for her condition she is still a ways behind so we work hard to learn new things every single day. We are all very excited that it is finally summer time, she will turn 2 in a couple weeks and absolutely loves being outside! We go for a relaxing walk every day for some downtime and play classic music to help her brain learn new pathways. We get in the pool to stay cool as well as do a little water therapy and get her muscles to relax. We also try to blow lots of bubbles outside to help with our speech and oral skills. And of course we walk, run, and climb all over the place to really get a good work out with her legs.

  82. Larissa brunken says

    Total math workbook grade 2

  83. Larissa brunken says

    We will read and do some math games

  84. I like the Bible Story Color, Draw, ’n’ Learn! Resource Book. Thanks.

  85. Tina says

    I love the Big Box of Nursery Rhymes.

  86. Tina says

    I hope to help them by keeping it fun..planning trips to the library, and hikes. And on rainy days, inside I call it “table time” with games

  87. Mary Happymommy says

    I’d like to try the Addition and Subtraction Bingo game.

  88. Mary Happymommy says

    We plan to read a lot during the summer.

  89. Gianna says

    Changes in Weather Learning Spot Lessons.

  90. Gianna says

    We continue to keep things educational.

  91. kelly says
  92. brett says

    we do lots of workbook stuff. and homeschool stuff.

  93. Kim Reid says

    I like the Everyday Success™ Kindergarten Workbook!
    Thank you 🙂

  94. Carla Garcia says

    i like that there are things for Christians offered

  95. Rebecca Xavier says

    I like the Animals in My World! Classroom Kit.

  96. Rebecca Xavier says

    As a former educator, I know that summer teaching is very important. A little bit every Monday-Friday is good to keep the mind active.

  97. tamar says

    I learned that they make products for many different age groups.

  98. Lisa L says

    My son would love the At the Zoo Activity Book

  99. Lily Kwan says

    I learned that the company is located in Greensboro, North Carolina.

  100. Lily Kwan says

    Going to the library during the summer is helpful.