So you downloaded the Summer Reading Calendars, now what?
We’re so glad that you’re joining us as we read every day this summer! We’ve collected a couple of great ideas for each of the prompts, for both little ones AND for any elementary age siblings who might be joining in on the fun! You’ll find picture books, early reader titles, short chapter books, and longer chapter books that fit within the different daily themes. Take this list to your local library or click through and purchase any of the below titles via Amazon!
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June Summer Reading Prompts
June 1: Read a book about spiders
June 2: Read a book about dinosaurs
June 3: Read over the phone to someone special
Grab a favorite book and call a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or special friend and read them a story! Or you can write them a letter and read it to them over the phone!
June 4: Read any book you want
Grab your favorite book, pick something up for them library, and settle in for a fun reading session!
June 5: Read a book about a construction site
June 6: Read a book from your parent’s childhood
Dig through grandma and grandpa’s attic or head to the library to check out one of mom or dad’s favorite books from their own childhood!
June 7: Read a book about flowers
June 8: Look through the family photo album and tell stories
Spend some time looking over your family pictures or even old pictures from generations gone by. There are so many amazing tales and it’s always fun to reminisce!
June 9: Read a recipe and make it
Grab your favorite cookbook and find a new recipe to make together!
June 10: Read a book about inventing
June 11: Read a book about monsters
June 12: Read a book about immigration
June 13: Read a book about butterflies
June 14: Read a fractured fairytale
June 15: Read a book about the farm
June 16: Read a book about the dentist
June 17: Read a book about new babies
June 18: Read a book about space
June 19: Read snuggled up in bed
Grab a favorite tale or two and curl up under a cozy blanket for a marathon reading session!
June 20: Read an eBook
Need some great eBooks? A free trial of Amazon Freetime Unlimited gives you access to lots of wonderful children’s books!
June 21: Read a book about moving
June 22: Read a story you wrote yourself
Channel your inner author and write your own story! Let your imagination run wild as you create your own fictional world or simply tell a story that really happened!
June 23: Start a Chapter Book
June 24: Read under a tree
Grab a blanket or a chair and find a nice, shady tree and enjoy the outdoors as you read today!
June 25: Read a book with no pictures
June 26: Read a book about peace
June 27: Read a comic book:
June 28: Read a book and write a review:
June 29: Read a book about history
June 30: Keep reading that chapter book!
Are you loving the chapter book you chose last week? Pick it up and read some more!
July Summer Reading Prompts
August Summer Reading Prompts