PLE Summer Reading
Dear Summer Reader,
It is very important to continue reading during the summer months. Below are varieties of options to document your summer reading.
You can use the June/July/August Reading Logs, the Reading Bingo Activity, or the 14 Books Summer Reading Challenge Activity. You may want to use all 3 options! Students may read alone, read with someone, or listen to a story. In addition to reading, students may also choose to write in a journal. Decide what works best for you.
Please return the completed and signed Reading Activities to the library during the first 2 weeks of school.
You can also participate in the summer reading program through Barnes and Noble. Information provided below.
Happy Summer Reading!
Each student reads books and completes a summer reading journal. If a student turns in a summer reading journal to any Barnes and Noble, they can choose a free book (see book lists in the journal). There is no limit to the number of summer reading journals a student can submit to earn a free book!
Here are some great tips that will support your child's reading!
Looking for a great book? Check out these reading lists!
- American Library Association K-2 Summer Booklist
- Education World's First Grade Summer Reading List
- Education World's Second Grade Summer Reading List
- International Literacy Association Children's Choice Booklists
- International Literacy Association Teacher's Choice Booklists
- New York Public Library Reading List for Grades K-1
- New York Public Library Reading List for Grades 2-3