Thursday, May 19, 2016

#SummerReading Programs that we love #MMBBR



Summer Reading is s MUST for kids to keep the gains they made over their school year.  Don't let them slide and encourage reading at home for at least 20 minutes a day, everyday.

Here are some great summer reading programs to keep the kids excited and motivated over the summer!  

Click on each name to bring you to the sign-up or information page for each program.

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8TH GRADE & UNDER

This June and July, read 15 minutes a day. (Grown-ups may read aloud to kids who are still learning.) Use this reading log PDF, add up your minutes and have your parent or guardian initial each week. Once you’ve reached 300 or more minutes, bring your log to your local HPB to claim your Bookworm Bucks.


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Kids Earn a Free Book!

Here is How

Step 1. Fill out the Summer Reading Triathlon Reading Journal (PDF). En Español (PDF).
Step 2. Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store. Find a Store.
Step 3. Choose a FREE BOOK from our selection on the Reading Journal list at the store... Enjoy reading!
Vote for your favorite hero and place: Download the Ballot (PDF).
Educators: Download this year's activity kit (PDF).


summer reading challenge


Scholastic has a summer reading challenge where kids read and then go online to record the minutes they've read this summer. They'll also be able to take weekly challenges to earn rewards.
This summer reading programs runs May 9 - September 9, 2016


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Chuck E. Cheese has a summer reading program where kids can earn free 10 Chuck E. Cheese tokens for reading each day for 2 weeks.
Print reading form HERE



YNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+.

The 2016 season is May 5th - August 17th 2016.
SYNC 2016 will giveaway 30 titles - two paired audiobook downloads a week!




Local Libraries:

Plus, most local libraries have summer reading programs that vary from library to library!

Check out your local library and see that they offer.  

They usually offer adult summer reading programs as well!  Join in with your children and read/join together!!! 

My local libraries:

click to find out more

Appleton Public Library

Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library

Menasha Public Library

Neenah Public Library


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