Summer Reading Chart
The summer is a great time for your children to get a break from the rigor of a school schedule. It’s always a wonderful opportunity for them to get outside, play, be creative and discover. However, we want to make sure they don’t back track and forget all they learned over the previous school year.
Reading is a great, simple way for students to continue to learn. We all know reading helps the brain wheels start training, the more they know the more they grow after all!
We encourage all students to track their summer reading with a summer reading chart such as this.
This one is a great way to motivate your students to read, and you can do a reward once they have completed a certain amount of reading. I love this one because it is so versatile for all ages! Maybe your child doesn’t read on their own yet? You could also make it a sticker chart for the kids who can’t write quite yet. To go beyond just reading, try adding more learning opportunities by having your children write about what they read, research the topic they read about, or even draw how they visualized the illustrations. Modify this idea to work best for your family however you need to!
It’s a great way to make learning fun, even over the summer!
The chart HERE.