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SUMMER READING. WPCSD. WHAT’S IN THE BOOK?. What do you think this book will be about?. What can you tell from the picture?. Have you read anything else by this author? What was it like?. UNPACK A BOOK. TELL ME ABOUT THIS PICTURE. WHAT CAN WE FIND OUT ABOUT THE BOOK HERE?.

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Summer reading

SUMMER READING

WPCSD


What s in the book

WHAT’S IN THE BOOK?

What do you think this book will be about?

What can you tell from the picture?

Have you read anything else by this author?

What was it like?


Unpack a book

UNPACK A BOOK

TELL ME ABOUT THIS PICTURE

WHAT CAN WE FIND OUT ABOUT THE BOOK HERE?


Habits of a good reader

HABITS OF A GOOD READER

MAKING PREDICTIONS

I’m guessing that …

Maybe ...

SYNTHESIZING

In the end …

Oh, I get it …

  • MAKING CONNECTIONS

    • That reminds me of …

    • I know about this from …

  • ASKING QUESTIONS

    • I wonder …

    • Why?

  • VISUALIZING

    • I can see …

    • I can hear/touch/taste/feel …

Try a new strategy each day!


Literacy telling stories

LITERACY: TELLING STORIES

Do I give my child the chance to read a story to

me using:

  • the print

  • picture clues

  • his memory

    to help him make sense of the story?

    Do I do the same?


Questions to ask myself

QUESTIONS TO ASK MYSELF …

  • Does my child enjoy the book we are reading? How do I know?

  • Do I encourage my child to "pretend read," joining in where he has memorized a word or phrase?

  • When I ask questions, am I giving my child enough time to think and answer?

  • Do I connect ideas in the book to things that are familiar to my child? Do I notice if he does this on his own?

  • Do I let my child know how much I like his ideas and encourage him to tell me more?

  • Do I point out letters, such as the first letter of his name?


The read aloud a model

The Read-Aloud – a Model


How many minutes does your child read per day

Howmany minutes doesyourchildread per day?

Time management and development of literacy in the home can make all the difference in the academic development of your child! Your child can not run the risk of not reading every day.


The contents of the book baggies

THE CONTENTS OF THE BOOK BAGGIES:

  • Pamphlet with reading lists for grades K-5

  • 3 books to read at home this summer

  • A bookmark with reading tips

  • Passport to Reading to present at the public library

  • Barnes and Noble log to document 8 books read

  • Calendar of events at the White Plains Public Library


Look for books together

LOOK FOR BOOKS TOGETHER

  • The public library: www.wppl.lib.ny.us/

  • Local bookstores

  • The school library

  • Online

  • Borrow & loan from friends/family


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