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SUMMER READING CHALLENGE

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

UNITED FAMILY CENTER & SAVE THE CHILDREN

Join children and families from your community and across America in the 100 Days of Reading Challenge! Did you know that without daily reading practice, children can lose up to three months of literacy skills over summer? But there’s good news! Reading at least 20 minutes a day can significantly boost vocabulary and prevent learning loss! To keep children learning this summer, we are hosting a reading challenge. We challenge you to read at least 20 minutes every day, from June 1 through September 8 (World Literacy Day).

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HOW TO PARTICIPATE

  • Read a book, magazine, graphic novel or whatever you like for at least 20 minutes every day.

  • Keep track of how much time you spend reading each day in your reading log – you can read on your own, read to someone, or read along with someone!

    • Reading logs can be picked up at 106 N Elm St in Grandview, WA Monday-Friday 8am-5pm by calling 509-402-9090 or via email info@unitedfamilycenter.com with your name and address and you will be mailed a reading log.

  • When your reading log is full, turn it in for a new log and to be entered for a prize!

MAKE IT FUN!

TRY READING A BOOK...

  • To a friend or family member

  • In a pillow fort

  • With a flashlight

  • To a stuffed animal or favorite toy

  • Under a tree

  • In your pajamas

  • In your sleeping bag

  • That your friend likes

  • That your mom or dad liked as a child

  • Whose main character is about your age

  • About a place you’d like to visit

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