Summer Reading Lists
2019-2020 School Year
Students are not required to complete any formal book reports but rather encouraged to read 15 minutes per day, 4 days per week (at a minimum - more is always good!). Click here for a reading calendar to keep track of your progress.
Here are other additional resources for keeping ahead of the "summer slide" while you are having fun this summer:
- Visit your local public library! Public libraries are a treasure trove of activities, programs and books to keep you busy this summer! You may also refer to www.scholastic.com as an excellent resource for book lists appropriate for your young reader.
- Work with your child(ren) to review grade level math resources, especially to practice math facts for fluency. There are several free resources available online including www.mathusee.com and www.math-aids.com, or paid programs and apps such as Reflex Math or Operation Code Squad. Reviewing math facts and concepts for even ten minutes each day will keep your child’s mind tuned and ready for the next school year.