my oldest son left school this year, his teacher
reminded him to read for at least 15 minutes a day this
summer. While this is certainly a daunting challenge,
there are ways reading can be included in fun summer
ideas for kids.
week of vacation was devoted to rest and relaxation. But
now, it's time to get back into the swing of things and
begin our summer reading adventure. Besides our weekly
trips to the library, we are spending our 15 minutes a
day reading from our
favorite Children's Bible.
Summer should be a time of fun, but it can also be a
time of learning as well. If you're anything like me,
you want your children to read the stories of the Bible
in order so they can see how the lessons build upon each
other. But since it's summer, let your children pick the
story they want to read.
Take turns reading. You read one story and let your
children read the next. My 4-year-old knows a few site
words, so whenever we come to one of those, I let him
read it. The look of joy on his face when he gets to
"read" with the family is priceless!
Spend some time this summer reading with your children.
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