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Ready, Set, READ!. LLA March 2011 Mary Canfield. Summer Reading Celebration. Curious Wildcats Read Driven to READ: Wildcats Start Your Engines! Reading Fun in the Sun Score With Books Saddle Up and READ Bookaroo Grow With Books Branch Out With BOOKS Bee a Reader Reading Road Trip - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Ready, Set, READ!LLAMarch 2011Mary Canfield

  • Summer Reading CelebrationCurious Wildcats ReadDriven to READ: Wildcats Start Your Engines!Reading Fun in the SunScore With BooksSaddle Up and READ BookarooGrow With BooksBranch Out With BOOKSBee a ReaderReading Road TripHang Out and Read***Ideas are taken from Upstart***

  • Summer Reading CelebrationChoose your topic for next year before the end of the school year.Summer reading lists are passed out in May to students in Kindergarten through 4th.Each grade level has their own suggested summer reading list with a goal for each grade level.

  • Summer Reading Parents LetterDear Parents,

    At University Elementary School, we always offer Summer Reading lists to our students, along with a plan to encourage them to read a variety of books. Please help your child get a head start for school by reading appropriate books over the summer. You may read books from the list or choose some of your own titles. Look for books on your shelves at home, at the local bookstores, and at the Shreve Memorial Library.

  • Summer Reading Parents LetterWe always have a celebration after the first few weeks of school. Your child will want to participate and be recognized at that celebration. Please help your child do the following:Keep up with the books he or she has read. Use this form or list them on a piece of paper. Please include title, author, and your signature.Involve your child in an organized Summer Reading Program either at Shreve Memorial Library or Barnes & Noble.Register your child on to help him practice his comprehension skills and earn prizes.Return to school with a list of what he or she has read, including things you may have read to him. We will give the deadline and the date of the celebration in Tuesday Tidbits in August.

  • Summer Reading GoalsGoals for students entering the following grades:First Grade: 15-20 books Second Grade: 15-20 booksThird Grade: 10-15 booksFourth Grade: 5 chapter booksFifth Grade: 5 chapter books

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Summer Reading Celebration

  • Louisiana Young Readers ChoiceR.E.A.C.H.R: ReadE: EvaluateA: AndC: ChooseH: Hits

  • Delightful DozenSecond GradeRead at least one book by each author during the allotted time period.The authors for this year include: Marc Brown, Tomie DePaola, Gail Gibbons, Patricia Riley Giff, Kevin Henkes, Steven Kellogg, Leo Lionni, Arnold Lobel, Patricia Polacco, Cynthia Rylant, one nonfiction book, and one free choice book.Take and pass an Accelerated Reader test on each book.Fill out the form with the title, author, and call number.Return the form to the library by the due date.Students who complete the form and pass the tests will participate in a popsicle party during the last week of school.

  • Spring into ReadingFirst GradeRead at least 20 books during the allotted time period.Take and pass an Accelerated Reader test for each book.Students who pass the required number of tests will participate in a popsicle party during the last week of school.

  • National Childrens Book WeekRead-a-thon: invite guests from the community to read to the students. Book cover contestBookmark contestCharacter dress up dayClassroom door decorating contestMeet the Author: First grade students are writing and illustrating their own books this year. They will be reading their books during the Meet the Author celebration.

  • Other Reading ProgramsJumpstarts Read for the Record: Promote literacy

    African American Read-in

    Read Across America