Wednesday, July 10, 2013

MORE Summer Reading Activities!

For Fun Summer Reading Activities,
Check Out the NCBLA's
Summer Adventures Treasure Chest!

Whether your summer adventures take place at a sun-splashed beach or the cool mountains, at Grandma’s house or your own backyard, be sure to give reading a starring role! A great place to start looking for summer reading fun is your local library. Almost every public library sponsors special programs, reading contests, book clubs, and free passes to area museums and attractions. And remember that the librarians are also a rich resource. They can offer expert advice about completing summer projects and book suggestions for even the most reluctant readers. 

To discover some great summer learning activities, browse our complete Treasure Chest of ideas. Included in our Treasure Chest are:

  • Beyond the Book: Take a Literary Field Trip
  • Reading List Suggestions for Kids and Families
  • Progressive Story Games, a perfect partner for The Exquisite Corpse Adventure!
  • The Anti-Boredom Travel Backpack!
  • Getting Your Teens and Tweens Reading this Summer!
  • Let's Put On A Show and Other Summer Amusements: Great Ways to Get Your Kids Writing in the Summer and Liking It!
  • Summer Travel Entertainment: Great Audio Books for Kids