14 May 2016

Superhero Summer Reading

Reading is a super power! Elementary students are invited to join our Superhero Summer Reading Challenge. Students can build their power over the summer by reading some great books. The best part? Students decide what to read! The goal is to read across genres and formats.

Students will keep track of the books they read on the SUPER challenge card and turn into the Elementary Library by August 25. Students will receive a certificate and special recognition by Mr. Advento at the first ES Assembly of the new school year.

Students can read any genre or format including picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, information books, magazines, newspapers or ebooks. 
Challenge yourself, students, to complete one of the following achievement 
levels:
  • Planetary Reader: Read 10 books
  • Cosmic Reader: Read 15 books
  • Ultimate Power Reader: Total Black-Out of 25 books

Parents are encouraged to support younger readers by reading aloud and completing the challenge as a family. Remember to explore the ES Library Summer Reading website for reading suggestions. And, visit the eResources page to access our ebook collection and research tools any time, any where.

Elementary parents are welcome to join us for a Talk Tuesday on summer reading on Tuesday, May 24 from 8:15-9:15 in the in the ES Library. Bring your devices with you and set up some reading tools to take home with you.



Happy Reading!


Click HERE to print out a Superhero Challenge tracking sheet or to create a Google doc to keep track of books read.

Please also visit our ES Library website for more information and suggestions for reading.

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