Summer Reading and Learning Resources
Combat the summer slide by READING EVERYDAY!
Studies have shown that listening to books have many of the same benefits as independent reading, such as improving fluency and building vocabulary. Furthermore, listening to audiobooks allows students to read books that may be too difficult for them to read themselves. They are also a good option for students who are reluctant readers.
Sora - the Student Reading App (use your Washington Christian account to login)
Audible for Kids - free titles available
Epic - free access until June 30 & free 30 day trial
4 Graphic Novels from Papercutz Publishers
Story Time from Space - astronauts read books from space!
StoryLine Online - books read by celebs
Harper Kids Storytime Read Alouds Playlist
Read, Wonder and Learn - Authors & Illustrators read from their books
Packets and Other Educational Resources
Wide Open School - free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids
Graphic Novel Activities from AMP Kids Imprint Publishers
Space Station Explorers - Science and Literacy Activities/Experiments from Space
Your Public Library contains audiobook and ebook collections, as well as databases (available under the research/resources menu) such as Tumblebooks and Bookflix.
If you do not have a library card, you may apply for one online and begin using online resources immediately.