1. Book Adventure: a fun, FREE way to motivate students to read during the summer. Your students can read books at home, and then log onto BookAdventure.com to take comprehension quizzes. There are hundreds of books to choose from, available on all different reading levels. After successfully completing a comprehension quiz, your students will earn points that they can redeem for neat prizes. Click << here >> to check out Book Adventure!
2. Barnes and Noble Imagination’s Destination: will give your students a free book for reading eight books this summer, as long as they keep track of the books read in the journal provided. Click << here >> to check out the rules and get your free journal!
6. Your local library!! Encourage your students to get a library card and use it all summer long! Many local libraries also offer their own summer reading challenge and story times with fun activities. Before the school year is over, you may want to take a field trip to your local library and let your students have a look around.
Another fun way to keep your students reading this summer is with this cute Summer Reading Goal writing activity. Click << here >> to check it out in my TpT shop!