LPA 2013 Summer Reading for Upcoming 3-8 Students

LPA 2013 Summer Reading Upcoming 3-8 Students

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Rising grade 3-8 LPA students are required to read a novel from their grade level book list and complete a summer reading assignment. We also encourage students to read more books as often as possible. Reading experts note that most young readers suffer a backslide in reading skills during the summer. Research shows that a consistent amount of reading each day (30-45 minutes) will increase reading and comprehension skills and benefit students in every subject, even math. Reading is a wonderful way to escape a hot, humid summer afternoon and to travel anywhere a good author can take you. Remember to log your minutes for Scholastic’s “Read for the World Record.” Students may come to the 9th Grade Center at Bartram Trail High School on the following days/times to take AR tests over the summer:

6/27 9-11 AM 7/18 9-11 AM 7/25 1-3 PM

2013 Reading Lists and Projects

Upcoming Third Grade Students

Summer Reading List

Project Choices

 
Upcoming Fourth Grade Students

Reading List and Project Choices

Upcoming Fifth Grade Students

Reading List and Project Choices

Upcoming Sixth Grade Students

Reading List and Project Summary

Project Choices

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Upcoming Seventh Grade Students

Reading List

Project Choices

* Standard students wishing to complete a more rigorous summer reading project may choose to complete the advanced project instead.

Upcoming Eighth Grade Students

Standard Reading List

Advanced Reading List

Project Choices

Upcoming Seventh Grade Advanced Students

Reading List

Project Choices