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Elementary Summer Reading Bingo
It's important to keep our students' minds engaged and challenged throughout the summer. So what can you do to prevent the Summer Slide?
Consider these simple ideas to keep your child engaged in learning activities during the summer months.
- Encourage your child to read 20 minutes every day. Public libraries are great resources for summer reading lists by age/grade level, and they often offer reading programs.
- Read to your child to build listening skills, engage the imagination, and increase vocabulary.
- Unplug from technology and give your child time to read and escape the heat of the day.
- Keep books in the car for your child. Listen to audiobooks on long trips.
- Practice estimation skills by guessing how far and how long a road trip will be. Have children compute arrival times and miles covered.
- Provide math workbooks with activities to complete on road trips or during quiet times.
- Cook with your child. Have your child follow simple recipes to learn fractions and practice measurement skills.
- Encourage your child to practice writing skills by writing letters to relatives, sending postcards from camp, keeping a summer journal, writing a book, or authoring an online blog.
2018 Summer Reading for Denver Christian Middle School Students
Reading is essential for success in all content areas, and we want to build on the growth of this school year. To keep students focused on reading comprehension, learning new vocabulary, and discussing literary techniques, the middle school English teachers have selected several novels for incoming and continuing middle school students. If you have read all of the novels previously, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (6th) or email@example.com (7th/8th).
Summer Reading for High School Students
Play along with bookopoly this summer with your High School friends. Most books read will receive homecoming ore to help win a placement in homecoming week.