The Scholastic Summer Reading Promise helps get books in the hands of kids, support social-emotional well-being, build skills and create community among kids.
From Monday, April 26 to Friday, September 3 kids can participate in the Scholastic Summer Reading Program where they will be encouraged to read, celebrate their achievements and help increase access to books for their peers.
Meet Wendy Bostic, a mother of two young children in suburban Washington, D.C., who knows that taking a vacation from school doesn't have to be a vacation from learning. During the summer, she makes a conscious effort to keep her two young children engaged -- with reading, regular trips to the library, and exploring the world around them through local field trips.
As a parent, you may wonder how to get involved or what activities you can do with your children to help them get the most out of their summer. This article includes tips from librarians to make your summer a success.
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