Summer Reading

Elementary Edition - May 2016

On Your Mark, Get Set, READ!

The Cedarburg Public Library is offering a wonderful summer reading program. They have three different programs depending on the age of your child; a Rubber Ducky Club for ages 0-5, a Reader program for ages 6-11, and a teen program for ages 12-18. Registration starts on Saturday, June 11th so mark your calendars and head on down to the library!
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Keep Kids Reading All Summer Long

Scholastic has an online summer reading program that all students can take part in. They simply need to log their reading minutes to be eligible for some great virtual prizes. The theme this year is "Be A Reading Superhero." HERE is a link to a great list of books for all students. Sign up using this link: http://www.scholastic.com/ups/campaigns/src-2016

ALSC's Summer Reading List

Reading can be one of the many fun activities children fill their summer time with. Research has shown it is also much more! Children who participate in public library summer reading programs not only avoid the “summer slide” in learning, but also score higher on reading achievement tests than those who do not participate. The books on this list come highly recommended by kid readers from all over the country and may also be available in ebook, audio book, braille, and large print formats. This summer, encourage your child to participate in the summer programs happening at your library. Here is the link to view a variety of great reads for any aged student: http://www.ala.org/alsc/2016-summer-reading-list

Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Triathelon

Barnes and Noble is offering a summer reading program for children in Kindergarten through sixth grade. Below is some information about the program. Kids can even earn a free book!


Here is How

Step 1. Fill out the Summer Reading Triathlon Reading Journal (PDF). En Español (PDF).
Step 2. Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store. Find a Store.
Step 3. Choose a FREE BOOK from our selection on the Reading Journal list at the store... Enjoy reading!

Vote for your favorite hero and place: Download the Ballot (PDF).

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Common Sense Media

Many parents are looking for great book suggestions for their children. Common Sense Media has compiled a list of must-read books for any aged student. They also have many other tips and tricks to get your child excited about reading. Check out some "essential books" for your child HERE!

Mrs. De Leon - IMC Director

The mission of the Cedarburg School District IMC program is to foster a rich learning environment that builds collaboration and inquiry using digital literacies to support passionate readers and thinkers, creative designers and producers, global citizens and lifelong learners.