Promote Summer Reading
Children’s Day, Book Day is often known as Día, meaning day for our daily commitment to celebrating all our children and to motivating them and their families to be readers, essential in our democracy. As part of their daily commitment, many of our Children’s Day, Book Day supporters share resources for parents, librarians and educators to help them promote summer reading.
Summer Reading and Fluency: Tips for Parents, from Reading Rockets.
Colorín Colorado’s Summer Learning & Reading page has links to articles guiding parents to make the summer educational–and fun.
AFT’s Share My Lesson offers thousands of lesson plans to support summer reading assignments and reinforce the skills and strategies that students have developed during the school year.
NCTE’s Plan Now for Summer Reading shares resources and links for teachers to use.
ALSC’s 2019 Summer Reading Lists are free downloads that libraries can make available to patrons.
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