Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge 2015 #SummerReading @Scholastic #ad

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19 thoughts on “Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge 2015 #SummerReading @Scholastic #ad”

  1. […] Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge 2015 #SummerReading @Scholastic #ad […]

  2. Here, our kids get assigned summer reading, so they HAVE to read whether they like it or not. I prefer that they like it, though 🙂

  3. I love this. I’ve been doing it with the kids since they were old enough for me to read to them.

  4. This reading challenge sounds like a great idea. I need to look into this for my 6 year old niece.

  5. I love the summer reading challenge. It’s such a great way to keep reading interesting for the kids over the summer.

  6. This sounds great. My oldest would love to take part in a reading challenge. He’s huge into books and reading!

  7. I love reading with my children also. This sounds like a great program for the summertime to try to encourage kids to keep up with their independent reading.

  8. It seems like this program gets better and better each year. My kids were a part of it a while ago!

  9. I can’t wait until my oldest takes the book and reads to me and his little brother! He’s 4 1/2 so shouldn’t be much longer. I am putting together an ocean-themed reading list for the summer, hope he loves it!

  10. Wow what a great program. I’ll be checking more information and getting my boy ready to read this summer.

  11. we try to find a summer reading program every year. THe kids especially love them when they are rewarded with treats like pizza, waterice or even bookmarks.

  12. Reading is something both of our kids really enjoy and luckily we don’t have to beg them to do it. I will have to check out the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge for both of them. Thanks!

  13. This reading challenge sounds like a great idea. It is important to keep kids learning even in the summer.

  14. I am working on getting a plan together to keep my son reading over the summer. So excited!!

  15. My oldest can’t wait to learn how to read! Both my girls love reading short, simple books!

  16. Isa and Davey are giggling. Caleb is more serious! During the summer they like a mixture of both.

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