Summer Reading Plans: Part 2



Things are winding down for our school year, things get very busy. You've worked so hard to get your kids where they are, and you've bonded with each one. They are your kids, right! Before things get too hectic, one thing you and your team may be doing is making plans to help your struggling readers in particular. 

Today, I blogged over on Virginia is for Teachers for Part 2 of my Summer Plans Posts. If you'd like to catch a few more summer option, click on the post image below. 
If you're interested in joining the Summer Book Club over on Where Wild Readers Roam this summer and would like to give input on the book options, [CLICK HERE].  I will be announcing the reading plan over there around May 15th.

For part 3 of this series, you will have to visit Classroom Tested Resources, and in that post, I will be sharing summer reading book lists you can print and use for your kiddos. 

Check out this post for 5 Summer Reading Options you might try to avoid Summer Slide.
Have a great Teacher Appreciation week. I will close by sharing a special Youtube clip from Principal Gerry Brooks. I thought it was very special. Thank you for all you do!

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