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Creative Summer Reading Activities

Kids want summer reading to feel different than the homework they do during the school year. Some avoid reading books, instead spending their time playing outdoors. Others are thrilled to have long summer days with nothing to do but read favorite books. Whether your child loves to read or not, summer is the season when parents need to find creative ways to keep children and teens reading every day.

Spring is a good time to start planning summer reading activities and register for tutors, classes, and summer camps that will teach new reading skills, vocabulary, and concepts. Here are some activity ideas to make summer reading fun.

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