One way to help prevent the “summer slip” so many parents worry about, is to keep kids engaged in reading. Reading and story telling at any age not only increases vocabulary and knowledge but provides mental stimulation and focus. Exercising these skills continually will help keep your child entertained and ready to head back to school in just a few short months.
The printable sheets below can be tailored to a variety of reading and story telling abilities. They are designed to keep kids reading, writing, and talking about books all summer long. Tweet
Also get kids excited about reading & language with our printable Star Wars story cube prompt:
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Printable Summer Reading Packet
Glenda Cates says
I am so glad I found you through Good Tips Tuesday as I can use this Reading List for my Summer Challenge Stop! Drop! & Read! and to keep up to date with the items we read so I can let the Library know as we joined there Summer Reading Challenge as well. Since this is my first visit here I have bookmarked your site and look forward to visiting again. As there is so much I enjoyed on here and can not wait to look through and read. Thank you for writing this post and others I can use and have been looking for. Have a nice day.
Angela Johnson says
Thanks so much for the comment! If you’d like to join our #GTTueday group of hosts, shoot me an email: Admin@4TheLoveOfFamily.com. 🙂
Jan @ Jan's Family Notebook says
It’s so hard to keep kids reading through the summer. Thanks so much for sharing this resource!
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