Summer is a great time to take a break and catch your breath as a homeschooler. However, it’s also a great time to focus on Summer reading goals. We are trying to make more of an effort to focus on time for Summer reading. Not only is it fun to participate in the Summer reading programs, it is also a great way to work on reading skills in a fun way. This Summer R has made it her goal to finish the Harry Potter series. I put together this fun Summer reading printable pack for her to keep track of her reading. I also put it together for you to enjoy.
Summer is a wonderful time to get kids interested in a great book! I have put together some really fun printable summer reading logs just for you. I have even set these up as free printables just for you. Each page is unique and offers your child a fun a creative way to keep track of reading time. Some of these will involve cutting and pasting to build a big image while others involve coloring or drawing. You can print all of them or select the ones you know your children will love!
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I am a huge fan of teaching my kids phonics but there are some words that just don’t make sense phonetically to a five-year-old. I put together this really fun sight word printable to use to reinforce the sight words with my son and I have made them available to you as well. I also wanted to help with some tips on how to teach sight words. I hope this can help you make the most of your sight word lessons.