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Below, please find a list of notable children’s books for 2012 ~ this is one of our librarian’s favorite lists! This is a great resource for families/students looking for good literature to read over the summer. What To Read This Summer… The Howard Elementary library is working on collaborative projects with the Santa Clara/River Road Volunteer Library for next year. Over the summer, Santa Clara / River Road Volunteer Library will have a Saturday morning reading program for children. The program will run from July 7 through August 11, 10:00-11:30 every Saturday morning.
Daryl Grabarek, School Library Journal for Curriculum Connections After reading about everyone's summer reading plans, that familiar refrain kept bouncing around my head ("Something old, something new....). Like most lists there is plenty of old here (classics still unread); new (books with summer pub dates); borrowed (from friends and libraries) and even something blue (see A.S. King).
from Wildlife Promise Children's books have been moving away from the outdoors for decades, but one summer reading list includes a number of books about nature (flickr | Librarian In Black) We’ve all read a lot about our kids and how we are raising a generation of indoor children glued to their electronic devices. We know that the reduction in outside play time is hurting kids both mentally and physically. But I recently learned of another culprit that is contributing to our children’s lack of connection with the natural world.
Are you looking for a summer reading list for your child or teen? Keep your child reading all summer with this selection of 2012 summer reading lists. These lists of recommended children's books and young adult books are generally organized by grade levels. Many of the elementary reading lists include children's picture books. Many of the middle school reading lists include a mix of middle grade fiction and nonfiction and young adult books. You'll find both classics and recently published books here.
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Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #6 Mountain climbing, Mother Goose, the ocean, and more! Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #5 United States word search, fossil finding, snakes and an animal carnival! Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #4 Family trees, museum adventures, a scavenger hunt for facts, and more! Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #3 Crocodiles, using your imagination, life lessons and "it came from my state"! Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #2 Family trees, museum adventures, a scavenger hunt for facts, and more! Summer BOOK-TIVITIES #1 Photo fun, sharks and Irish stew!
Today, Education World surveys some of the best children's summer reading lists on the Web. Here, you'll find an overview of great lists that you or your school's staff might use to create your own summer reading program. Every educator knows it.