Reading is a requirement in our house. Thankfully, both of my kids love to read. Well, Isabella loves reading books. Nate still loves being read to. What’s funny is, Nate is a better reader at 7 than Bella was. But, he prefers to be read to.
Do you have book lovers in your house?
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Our local public library is our friend this summer. It’s so lovely to visit and check out stacks of books. I’ve even added a library app and been checking out audio books for me. I just need to make more time in my life to read and listen to books. It’s important for my kids but it’s also important for me to read.
Summer Reading Challenge
Get it here ==> Free Printable Summer Reading Tracker
How about a Summer reading challenge with the kids? Maybe if they read a certain amount of books this summer, or each month, they’ll get a prize, or an experience?
Reading Incentives that Work
Here are seven reading incentives for a summer reading challenge:
- game night
- movie night
- treats (ice cream, floats, donuts, gum/candy, fun drinks, etc…)
- new books
- lunch date
- new outfit
What other reading incentives can you think of that would help?
Get your free printable summer reading tracker PDF here.
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