Summer Reading for Elementary Kids

summer reading for elementary kids

Victoria @ Homemaking with Heart — Best ‘Ancient’ and ‘Middle Ages’ Historical Reads {Elementary Level}

If you’re about to take a break from school for the summer, you might just be able to inspire your elementary aged children to keep learning through the break with these great Ancient History and Middle Ages historical reads and biographies.

Amy @ Homeschool Encouragement — Making the Most of Your Child’s Summer Reading

Whether you are entering summer reading programs with your children or not, you can use this one simple idea to make the most of whatever reading you accomplish. A Free Printable is included with this post!

Michele @ Faith, Family, and Fridays — Three Books and a Plan

Now that we are transitioning out of easy to read books, I am excited to start with some chapter books this summer. Since our school load is much lighter, we are going to spend more time reading.

Lexi @ Lextin Academy — Popsicles, Playgrounds, and Paperbacks – What We’re Reading This Summer

The hot summer afternoons are perfect for curling up with a good book to relax after a busy morning of playing and swimming. To encourage our reading time I’ve made book lists for each of my kids and for myself!

Wendy @ Simplicity Breeds Happiness — Reading: It’s Not Just for the School Year

I’ve mentioned before how reading is important to us. In fact, I’d venture to guess it’s important to most families. But how do you keep your kids reading outside of the school year?

Lisa @ A Rup Life — Summer Reading Program Round-Up! 

Summer reading is important in our house. Kids need to keep their skill set and reading everyday really helps with that. We have a rule in the Summer. Reading first thing in the morning for a set amount of pages before anything digital or play time.

Monique @ Living Life and Learning — Fun books for young children

Relax in the sun with some fun summer reads for your younger children.

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