June 5 2017 Reading Newsletter
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
This week you get a double helping of Reading Site articles. Reading in the summer is one of the ways that children can make amazing reading progress. Here are the first two articles in the series about summer reading programs. I've posted the links for both articles.
Summer Reading Ideas for Kids Birth to Six
Children from the ages of birth to six can be taught to love reading. One way to do this is to take them to the library and enjoy activities there. Another way is to teach pre-reading skills in an engaging and lively way. The "6 by 6 Skills" for learning to read have great tips for pre-reading!
Summer Reading Ideas for Kids Ages 6 to 6th Grade
Parents, here are ideas to increase the time that your child reads in the summer and enjoys it! The article is written in kid-friendly language to share it with children. It is addressed to them. There are also resources at the end of the article to help them have a great summer reading experience!
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