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  • Summer Reading Challenge

    June 1st-July 19th Reading log due July 19th in the front office

    Reading Challenge Party Wednesday, July 25th at 2:00 at LKA

    Prizes, snacks, and an opportunity to talk about all the books you have read!

    Attached is a list of books for your child to read during the summer!

    Have students keep track of the books read on the attached reading log.

    Use Reading Challenge Bingo to get creative with summer reading.

    Students must read 10 books to receive a prize at the reading challenge party.

    Students should read aloud with feedback for best results.

    Students can also listen to a book on tape while reading along!

  • Kindergarten Reading Level 1st Grade Reading Level 2nd Grade Reading Level

    Hug Freight Train Hats, Hats, Hats Pancakes for Breakfast Bears on Wheels Make It Move Just a Seed How Many Ducks? Paper Bag Trail Oh, Cats

    Pete the Cat The Foot Book We Eat Dinner in the Bathtub Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox Biscuit More Spaghetti, I Say Are You My Mother? Fly Guy Arthur Morris the Moose

    Frog and Toad Knuffle Bunny Harold and the Purple Crayon Martins Big Words Amelia Bedelia Horrible Harry Cam Jansen Flat Staley Junie B. Jones Magic Treehouse Smile * Bad Island * The Underland Chronicle Series * One for the Murphys * Fish in a Tree *

    3rd Grade Reading Level 4th Grade Reading Level 5th Grade Reading Level

    Mufaros Beautiful Daughters Stellaluna Strega Nona A-Z Mysteries The Mouse & the Motorcycle Ramona Magic Schoolbus Hank the Cowdog Time Warp Trio Geronimo Stilton The Invention of Hugo Cabret * The Underland Chronicle Series * Children of the Red King Series * The Breadwinner Series * Percy Jackson Series *

    Crenshaw The Hatchet One and Only Ivan The Lightning Thief Shiloh Frindle Charlottes Web Jedi Academy Through My Eyes El Deafo Sixth Grade Secrets * Hoot * Wonderstruck * Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor * Eight Keys * Ungifted * Scat *

    Bridge to Terabithia Nory Ryans Song Chasing Vermeer Bud, Not Buddy Number the Stars A Single Shard Watsons Go to Birmingham Holes Harry Potter/Sorcerers Stone Tale of Despereaux Wonder

    6th Grade Reading Level 7th Grade Reading Level Other Resources

    Tuck Everlasting Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry The Great Fire Elijah of Buxton Maniac Magee Counting by Sevens Out of the Dust The Giver The Devils Arithmetic Eragon

    The Hobbit Lion, Witch & the Wardrobe Where the Red Fern Grows Mrs.Frisby & the Rats of NIHM The War That Saved My Live Fever 1793 Stormbreaker Witness The 14th Goldfish This One Summer

    For more GREAT titles by grade level and genre, check out this website: https://www.the-best-childrens-books.org/

    High Interest Books for Middle Schoolers reading at elementary level https://hip-books.com/

    Book Suggestions by Reading Level

    * Indicates books at a 5th8th interest level. Content not recommended for elementary age readers.

    https://www.the-best-childrens-books.org/https://www.the-best-childrens-books.org/https://hip-books.com/

  • Reading

    Challenge Read a funny

    book in the

    bathtub.

    Read a

    magazine.

    Read a library

    book on a pile

    of pillows.

    Read a comic

    book or

    graphic novel.

    Read a book

    and switch it

    with a friend.

    Read a silly

    poem to

    someone.

    Read a book

    and watch the

    movie based

    on it.

    Read a mystery

    book under a

    blanket.

    Check out a

    book from the

    library.

    Read a fiction

    book.

    Read a book in

    your pajamas.

    Read by a

    flashlight.

    FREE SPACE

    Read a book

    that has won

    an award.

    Go outside and

    read.

    Read under a

    tree.

    Read on a rainy

    afternoon.

    Read to a

    family member

    over the

    phone.

    Read to a

    stuffed animal.

    Read under a

    table.

    Read in your

    swimsuit.

    Read for 10

    minutes. Read out loud.

    Read while

    eating.

    Read a book

    about animals.

  • Summer Reading Challenge Log

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