Weekly reading challenge!

What's the best way to help your kid to build good reading habits? Challenge him, of course! These fun weekly tasks will definitely keep him motivated.

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The school year’s coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean learning has to. Reading is a great way to keep kids thinking all summer long—but getting them to do it isn’t always easy. To build good reading habits over the summer break (and motivate your reluctant reader to crack a book), we’re serving up fun weekly challenges.

Week 1: Write down the titles of books on slips of paper and put them in a jar. Let your kid pick from the jar to decide which book you’ll read together. Tip: If you have kids at different reading levels, have each make their own jar.

Check back next week for more challenges to get your kid reading!

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