Summer Reading

Summer Reading 2019
Summer reading helps to prevent summer brain drain! Each child will receive a summer reading packet. We hope that your child will find time to read more than two books this summer -- especially the grades K-3. All projects are due the first day of school and presented to the homeroom teacher. Click below for copies of the packets, projects and specific information for each grade:

Rising Fifth and Sixth Graders:

Read with your child, provide time for your child to read, visit the public library! Here are some links to summer reading aids and suggestions. 

These links are provided as an additional service only. We strongly encourage our parents to monitor their children’s use of any of these links, as well as all Internet use.

Check out our year 'round reading page: The Reading Corner for great reading ideas, recommendations, and reading tools!

Need to help your child find a good book to read this summer? Click here for tips!
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Surprising Tips That Help Kids Learn to Read Learn ways to help your child increase reading comprehension during reading time at home 
Kids Summer Reading in Libraries - Dream Big Read Great book related crafts, projects, incentives, and things to do 
Children’s Literature: How to Find a Good Book Learn ways to browse the library or bookstore shelves to select great literature for your child 
A Simple Way to Help Your Child Become A Better Reader (No Books Necessary!) Find out about the importance of building background knowledge to support reading comprehension 
A Book and a Hug This is Mrs. Mayer's favorite book recommendation site for children! Take the quiz, "Which Reading Superhero are YOU?, to help you find great books just for you. Choose Read Alikes to find books similar to the ones you love. Search by age or reading level. View an interview with your favorite author.  
Fairfax County Public Library Summer Reading Program Click here after June 20 for all the details FCPL's Summer Reading Program! 
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