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    Summer Reading Tips

    By Mark Roth on June 26, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    For your consideration, five tips from Homeschool Parent….

    Not every family homeschools during the summer, which means that reading may not be on their list of priorities. However, it’s very important to keep their minds working during these summer months to make sure when school starts back in the fall they are on track and ready to learn. Here are some tips for motivating kids to read this summer:

    • Combine activities with books.
    • Monkey See Monkey Do.
    • Relax the rules.
    • Visit the library.
    • Think outside the book.

    To get the flesh for the tips, you’ll need to read Kelly’s whole piece. (It’s not long at all and includes some practical suggestions.)

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