Summer Reading Lists and Information

  • Suggested Summer Reading 2020

    For students entering 1st grade | For students entering 2nd grade | For students entering 3rd grade | For students entering 4th grade | For students entering 5th grade | For students entering 6th grade (headed to the Middle School)

    Summer 2020
    Dear Parents, 

    Summer is a great time for your child to practice what he/she has learned throughout the school year.  There is no better activity for your child than to engage in reading for enjoyment.  Not only will your child discover the joy of being lost in a book, he/she will practice the many skills and strategies he/she has learned all year.

    Teachers and other educators identify summer learning loss as a major challenge when starting off the new school year.  However, students who read over the summer return to school ready to continue their learning with little or no learning loss.   

    Summer reading is meant to be enjoyable and we do not want students to have to struggle; we want reading to be fun and relaxing. The important thing is that students read, read, read! We hope eveyone has a chance to visit their local library throughout the summer and find books they want to read.  

    This year we are encouraging everyone to participate in the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library Summer Reading Program - Imagine Your Story. See below for details.

    Sincerely,

    Ellicott Elementary Reading Committee

    Imagine your story. Three children look at a large book

    This summer, participate in the library's Summer Reading Program, "Imagine Your Story!" The easiest way to get involved is to sign up for our program online! Create an account and record all the books that you read this summer. Create book reviews, play games, or go on a series of fun missions. Every time you complete an activity, you earn a chance to win some awesome prizes.

    The Summer Reading contest will officially kick off on June 13th and run until August 13th. It is open to all ages. Feel free to contact the library at 716-858-8900 for more information!

    Jack reading on a beanstalk Puss in Boots

     

     

     







     

     

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