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Summer Reading Practice

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  • cherylswope
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    Re: Summer Reading Practice

    Originally posted by Anita View Post
    This was a great reminder! In addition to our SC2 course load, Boy Wonder is reading ahead for summer: the ALS readers "On The Trail" and "Sounds of the Sea", plus he's reading a few upper-level PPRs.
    He also prereads our Bible stories each week. Additionally, he picked up the copy of "How To Behave And Why". He reads that alone in his room and ponders it. Learning to read has been such a door-opener for us!
    Anita,

    I thought about this several times last night. This is so good to hear!

    I love your last line -- reading as a "door-opener!"

    So happy for you. "How to Behave and Why"?! Funny and sweet. Thank you for sharing this.

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  • cherylswope
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    Re: Summer Reading Practice

    Additional tips and book lists arranged by reading levels here:

    Summer Reading Lists from Highlands Latin School.

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  • Anita
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    Re: Summer Reading Practice

    This was a great reminder! In addition to our SC2 course load, Boy Wonder is reading ahead for summer: the ALS readers "On The Trail" and "Sounds of the Sea", plus he's reading a few upper-level PPRs.
    He also prereads our Bible stories each week. Additionally, he picked up the copy of "How To Behave And Why". He reads that alone in his room and ponders it. Learning to read has been such a door-opener for us!

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  • cherylswope
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    Summer Reading Practice

    If your SC 2 or SC 3 student has read PPR or ALS stories more times than he can count, remember this option for summer reading practice:

    Extended Literature Set

    Each of these is part of a series, so if the student likes one, he can easily find others!
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