100 Days of Summer Reading Book Three
Reading is a subject that should continue through the summer to avoid regression. These new summer reading journals are the perfect way to encourage young children to continue working on reading fluency as well as exposing them to good literature. The font size gets smaller for each journal and each page is divided in half for drawing and writing small summaries.100 Days of Summer Reading IIIfor rising second graders encourages students to read high quality literature and think deeply about what they have read.
Use these books to record each book you read during the summer--or any other time. Each level provides a sample pages of upper and lowercase letters, using manuscript in grade K (Book 1) and New American Cursive style in grades 1-2 (Books 2 and 3). Then, each of the 100 pages (numbered prominently at the top) provides both a framed space at the top for illustrating and lines on the bottom half (dotted middle line for K-1) for writing about the book. Level K adds a challenge: read 1 book a day for 100 days. Font size decreases with teach level. Each includes an appendix with suggested books to read. ~ Ruth