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Here are a few ideas to help you and your child keep the reading momentum going all summer:
POWER UP… AND READ BOOKS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH. A recent study shows 91% of kids ages 6-17 say that their favorite books are the ones they pick out themselves. Go for funny reads! Kids of all ages 6-17 say they want “books that make me laugh.” (70%)* Try titles like Dr. Seuss (3-5 yrs), Junie B. Jones (6-7 yrs), Diary of a Wimpy Kid (8-10), and Sisters (11-13).
POWER UP… AND READ TOGETHER. Research shows 40% of kids ages 6-11 who are no longer read aloud to say they wish their parents had continued. In addition, more than 80% of kids ages 6-17 say they loved or liked a lot being read aloud to.* Set a goal and see how many books you can read together in one summer. Be a role model! Read aloud the sports section in your backyard during a lazy Sunday or a comic book together while in line at the grocery store.
POWER UP… A READING PARTY. 71% of kids say, “I’m more likely to finish a book I choose myself.”* Take their favorite book one step further and create a themed reading party.
*Kids & Family Reading Report, 5th Edition (2014) As you may know, kids are more likely to finish a book they pick out themselves, so visit a library, bookstore, or your own bookshelves, and let your child choose a book to read. You can find more tips and ideas to motivate your kids to read in the parent section of the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge website (scholastic.com/summer).
2014-2015 School Year Theme
Branches of The Vine “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can
do nothing." John 15:5