Keeping kids and their families learning together throughout the summer and out-of-school time, Camp Wonderopolis can help build vocabulary, background knowledge in science, reading comprehension, critical thinking, and other literacy skills along the way.
Summer has started and I know my kids are loving the freedom from our regular school routine. But I also know that it's essential that they stay engaged with reading throughout the summer. UDATED: Here are the 2016 summer reading lists that we share with parents from the Berkeley School Libraries.
Motivate your kids with our great book recommendations, foster a love of reading during the summer months, and keep your child's skills sharp all year long with The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.
Happy summer vacation 2016! What are the best books for your kids to be reading this summer? I think I can help answer that question. I've read a ton of books and am excited to bring you the best summer reading lists for kids at every grade level from elementary to middle school!!
Our best storytellers are spinners of dreams, masters of satire, bearers of hard truths, recounters of history. A story can be told in many ways-through cartoon panels, through verse, through pictures coupled with text. And through words like these, from Kate DiCamillo's newest, Raymie Nightingale: "She made her soul smaller and smaller.
Need suggestions for beach reading or books to bring to summer camp? Here are our top ten books for different age ranges - including fiction, nonfiction, and poetry - all published 2015-2016 and ideal for the season. Grade levels are only suggestions; the individual child is the real criterion.