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Choosing Summer Reading for Your Kids + Our 2014 Summer Reading Lists

by Lara Neves
This post is part of an ongoing Summer Reading for Kids series. Click HERE to find ideas for reading activities, reading lists, and reading incentives...and keep checking back for more! I first started choosing summer reading books for my children in 2011 when I read an article about summer learning...
  • The Crafty Mummy

    How to choose some reading books for your kids plus lists for 3 different grade levels #books #kids #reading #summerreading

  • Cristina Carvalheiro-Nunes

    Choosing Summer Reading for Your Kids Our 2014 Summer Reading Lists

  • Alisa Lind

    I might need to make reading bins for the girls this summer. They read like crazy but I'll want to expose them to certain classics. Choosing Summer Reading for kids. Studies show that by reading just 12 books over the summer can help lessen summer learning loss and keep kids' minds sharp.

  • Claire

    Choosing Summer Reading for Your Kids #book

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