The summer months bring warmer weather, enjoyable events, and lasting memories. In between all of the fun, it is crucial that children are continuing to read on a daily basis. The "Summer Slide" can make the start to school in September harder for your kiddo. (Click on the image below for more information about the "Summer Slide" and how to avoid it!)
In addition to visiting local libraries, below are some additional websites and apps your child can use to help maintain their skills. It's important for kiddos to find books and activities they find engaging and interesting to them.
As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions, concerns, or successes that your child is experiencing. Happy Summer and Happy Reading!
Mrs. JenniLee Groegler Pierson
The District Summer Reading Site has information for each grade level, parent tips, books lists, and helpful resources.
(Click the image to access all of the information.)
The Hunterdon County Library has many summer reading activities to enjoy!
(Click on the image to view the calendar of events at the HCL.)
If your student was in Reading Recovery or Literacy Support with me, they have a Freckle Log-in for Language Arts. If you find yourself in need of a username/password reminder, just send me an email!
If you find yourself in need of a username/password reminder, just send me an email!
This Pre-K-12th grade link offers educational resources for reading, writing, math, and more!
Click on Goofy to go a site with Writing Ideas!
Click on Minnie to go to Book Lists for ALL ages!
908-284-7590 (ext. 5620)