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Classics Suggested Reading
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June 10, 2011
Summer ReadingThe long, peaceful days of summer provide lots of opportunities to read. Why not create a family reading chart and see how many books your family can enjoy before the summer’s end? This activity not only encourages reading, it can be a great lesson in graphing.
To create a simple chart, put the name of each family member along the bottom of a poster board. Each time a member of the family finishes reading a book, he or she writes its title on a sticky note and puts the note above his or her name. (Children not yet old enough to read by themselves can have a parent or older sibling make a sticky note for stories that are read aloud.)
Take moments through the summer to talk about the family’s progress. Ask questions like, “Who has read the most books? How many more books has Mom read than Dad? How many books have we all read together?”
Set a family goal and have a celebration—a pizza party, a trip to the local bookstore, or a day in the park—when you reach it.
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