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Car games you can play this summer can help prevent Summer Learning Loss.

Summer reading projects that will get your students excited about reading this summer!

I was thinking about starting this as an incentive for our "Gotta Read" challenge. If they go ABOVE their goal for the week they get a bag of bookworms! :)

Get kids playing outdoors more this summer with these 6 DIY projects for backyard fun. Bonus--they're easy and won't take you all summer to make!

Summer reading log packet to send home with students, encourages and keeps track of reading over the summer in a FUN way!

Help your kids avoid summer learning loss. This would be a great informational sheet to hand out at the end of the year.

Such a fun looking page for the kids to fill out after reading a book!

Beginning Blends (free; from Tracy Pippin's "First Grade Help Pages for Reading & Math Folders, Homework Folder" on TpT)

Word wall + fireplace = firewall? Summer is a great time to build word walls together at home and help children build critical sight vocabulary. It's great insurance against Summer Reading Loss!

*Bunting, Books, and Bainbridge*: Reading Comprehension and Writing Workshop Binders

Make reading fun for your kids with this reading adventure map! The goal is to read 1 book in each secret spot, and who knows maybe treasure awaits at the end. (via Ever Never Again)