Summer Reading Bingo Challenge
Many students and families regard summer break as just that—a break from school and classroom
studies. Unfortunately, it often means a break from reading, which can seriously hamper achievement in the classroom. There’s a solid link between the amount of independent reading children do and their success in school. Research shows that kids who never crack open a book during the summer often fall behind in reading—the notorious “summer slide”—while kids who read, maintain or improve their skills.
I invite you to support your child in the Edmond Summer Reading Challenge. Students who complete a Public Library Reading program or complete at least 20 activities on the Bingo sheet will receive prizes.
Parents must initial and date all completed activities (write over print in box). Bingo sheets and verification in the Public Library Reading Program (i.e. reading log with titles, or goal two certificates) are due to Mrs. Drees by August 25th.
Things You’ll Need to Participate:
Click here to download the BINGO sheet.
Click here to download the verification page.