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5 Summer Reading Motivators

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Ways to Encourage Summer Reading Looking for fun fresh ways to motivate your kids to pick up more books during those school-free summer months? Don’t miss these fun free printables, lists, summer reading rewards ideas! Summer Reading BINGO via My Sister’s Suitcase *** Traveling Pages via Ed Snapshots *** Reading Chart and Rewards via Pretty …

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Summer Reading

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Motivate Kids to Read Over the Summer Yay summer! Students across the country scream and shout for the end of school, but those months without class, projects and homework can lead to learning loss that leaves them scrambling come the following school year. Keep kids reading over the summer with these fun ideas: Read a …

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6 Ways to Keep Your Child’s Mind Active This Summer

By: Steve Reifman of SteveReifman.com   Keeping your child’s mind productively occupied when school is out not only prevents summer learning loss but also provides an opportunity to sharpen skills, develop new interests, and capitalize on new experiences. The following options address a wide variety of curricular areas. Choosing from the ideas on this list allows …

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10 Creative Ways to Sidestep the Summer Slide

By: Molly Smith of Educationmom.com During the summer months when your child is on break from school, s/he will likely spend a lot of time going down slides. One slide that you’ll likely want your child to avoid is the “summer slide”. The summer slide refers to the loss of learning and academic ground that …

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Summer Reading

9 Summer Reading Ideas & Tips | Sidestep the Summer Slide By: Rachel Lynette of Minds in Bloom Summer slide may mean a trip to the water park to your kids, but teachers know it as the loss of skills that comes from those long weeks away from school. The first installment of my summer slide …

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Sidestep the Summer Slide

Engaging Kids In Learning Over Summer Break We are so pumped to introduce our first ever “Sidestep the Summer Slide” blog series. We are honored to have an awesome group of bloggers, teachers, and authors who will provide creative  tips, ideas and strategies for engaging kids in continued learning through those summer months where school and …

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