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    Fun projects for summer reading can help prevent summer reading loss this summer.

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

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    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.

    Idioms "I have...Who has?" Game that the kids LOVE to play and will ask to play again. MAKE LEARNING FUN! $

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

    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!

    Free - First Grade Help Pages for Reading and Math Folders

    Reading comprehension and writing binders. A project to take on this summer.

    50 Fun Books to add to your Child's Summer Reading List. #Summer #Reading #kids

    Teach your students the art of close reading with this slide show that uses a guided release of responsibility to help build their confidence and skills.

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    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)

    Did you know that it is hard for most boys to move their eyes from left to right, as required for reading? Physical coordination exercises like skipping, jumping rope, and balancing can help!

    Add a little fun to your current unit with this easy-to-use handout that can be used with ANY reading assignment. Click HERE for print-and-teach materials!

    I love to decorate our walls and create bulletin boards that will help with the learning process!!!

    Boys need extra opportunities to develop and practice physical skills which can help them with reading. Jumping rope is an important skill to reading fluency so start them off with a long stationary rope and work up from there.