Teacher's Name: Miss Lucie Bellittiere
Grade/Subject: Reading Specialist
In Your Summer Fun!
Take on some of the following reading challenges and win prizes!
Barnes and Noble - Pick up a reading form at Barnes and Noble. After reading and completing the form you can select a free book.
Public Library - Offers a summer reading program called Build a Better World - You may begin registering at the libraries beginning June 26th. Start reading and get ready to win prizes.
Mayor Brown's 16th Annual Reading Rules! 2017 Summer Reading Challenge - First, fill out the online participation form at www.city-buffalo.com/readingrules. Pre-registration begins June 12, 2017. Next, read 7 books and complete a narrative on each book by August 11th. You will be invited to the Prize Ceremony at the Convention Center where you will have the opportunity to win fantastic prizes! Last year prizes included electronics and videos!
Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge - Read and log minutes read during the summer. Unlock activities and earn rewards. Enter a chance to win Klutz books. Visit Scholastic's website www.scholastic.com/summer for more details.
Books Are Like Candy Bars --- You Enjoy Them From Beginning To End
Websites To Visit
pbskids.org/lions/games/ears.html - Help the lions identify the missing letters to complete their words.
teacher.scholastic.com/clifford1/ Reading games with Clifford
Starfall.com - phonics and reading practice
4kids.org - academics with arcade activities equals fun learning
poemfarm.amylv.com - The Poem Farm (Amy Ludwig VanDerWater)
studyzone.org - elementary test prep for ELA
Storyonline.net - stories read by actors
NASA.gov - NASA Kids' Club
abcya.com - Fun reading activities
MagicTreeHouse.com - At this website students can find games, puzzles, and quizzes on any of the Magic Tree House Books
Monster Hunt - A memory Game
News-O-Matic - Covers relevant news of the day in an engaging way - images, maps, videos, and games
Sight Words by little speller - practice spelling sight words
Scratch Jr. -Students can program their own interactive stories (You can have your characters move!) and games.
News-O-Matic - Students can keep To to date with current events
There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates loot in Treasure Island.
Suggested Reading for Kindergarten to Grade 4