Setting Up Students For Academic Success
Summer Vacation and Advancing Children's Studies
Summer vacation is the prime time for fun, sun and a ton of reading! Vacation allows kids and families cherished free time. The much needed R and R, rest and relaxation, is a great opportunity to expand children's minds. Kids can be found actively playing, reading, and joyously creating art. They can also develop their writing and photography skills by documenting summer memories in journals with photos. Parents and guardians can take advantage of the long recess by motivating toddlers, preschoolers, elementary-aged scholars and adolescents to read for enjoyment.
Tips For Building Lifelong Readers
Find these delightful and engaging texts that teach children about the value of reading during their summer holiday at www.biguniverse.com
What I Did on My Summer Vacation
by Bruce Lansky (author), Stephen Carpenter (illustrator) © 2009
What I Did on My Summer Vacation is the first funny poetry book about summer vacation, with over forty sidesplitting poems covering everything from the much-anticipated last day of school to family road trips, wacky days at summer camp, learning how to swim, dizzying roller coaster rides at amusement parks, fun-filled days at the beach, and finally, the dreaded first day back to school. These hilarious poems, written by “The King of Giggle Poetry” and his all-star gang of Giggle Poets, are sure to make any kid count the days until summer vacation begins!