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Summer Reading Challenge


Summer Reading Challenge

 

Who doesn’t like a fun challenge? I’m doing one right now with my colleagues. It’s an easy way to connect with each other, self-monitor, and push ourselves. Most important, it’s fun, and gives all of us a common experience to talk about, which builds a feeling of community.

 

Most education professionals, regardless of whether they are on a year-round or a school-year contract, think of the summer as a time to rejuvenate and do all the things there wasn’t time for during the school year. For me, that means time to catch up on reading, personal and professional. It also means I have a little time to think about what I’m reading and explore some new things. I don’t want to get stuck in a rut and just keep reading the same author or type of book over and over. 

 

So if summer is when you dive in and read, read, read, but you don’t want to get stuck reading books that are all similar then give this challenge a try! Find a couple of friends and do it together or do it on your own. If you are doing it with others, make sure to talk, text, and email, about what you’re reading.

 

Summer Reading Challenge

Read as many of the suggestions as you can over the summer.

Summer Reading Challenge













SUMMER READING CHALLENGE STUDENT VERSION

 

Consider trying a student version of a summer reading challenge to encourage students to keep reading over the summer. Students could share what they are reading in a digital classroom or digital page, buddy up with a friend to do the challenge together, or share their success during registration. This type of challenge or activity would also be a great conversation starter for students with their new teachers or with their peers. 

 

Here’s a student version of the summer reading challenge OR you could have students make up their own version as a class activity.

 

Summer Reading Challenge

Read as many of the suggestions as you can over the summer. 

Summer Reading Challenge














Whether you do this reading challenge or your own version, reading challenges are a great way for adults and kids to stay engaged and connect all summer long!

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