There are two versions: Level 1 and Level 2. The differences are the number of books and categories suggested. Level 1 suggests 25 books and 5 genres (plus your choice). Level 2 suggests 42 books and 9 genres (plus your choice). Each category is EDITABLE, so YOU get to choose the suggested genres! Suggestions are typed in, but you can delete and edit as you please! You can even get creative with it- instead of genres, type in other categories (such as from an award winning author, books your parents read as a child, etc!)
Check out the Summer Reading Challenge in action in this video:
This Zipped Folder Includes:
Teacher Info and Parent Letter
This includes all the information you will need to get started with your summer reading challenge! It also includes a parent letter that is ready to go, just type in your name at the end!
Summer Reading Book & Genre Tracker
The Summer Reading book tracker is almost ready to go. Simply type in names for up to 35 students at a time and print! You may also choose to edit the categories if you would like.(If you have more than 35 students, simply type and print 35 at a time). Students will mark off each book read with a sticker, check mark, etc. Great for self assessment! Two versions are included: Level 1 and Level 2.
Summer Reading Log
The reading log keeps track of 8 full weeks at a time. Students can mark minutes read or days read. Type in the names of up to 35 students at a time!
Summer Reading Tracker Bookmarks
Students can use these bookmarks as they read to remind them of the challenge! They can cross out a flip flop for every book read. Type in up to 35 student names at a time and print! Level 1 and Level 2 bookmarks included.
Summer Reading Awards
These awards are editable, so you can use them for whatever you would like! Type in the child’s name and the reason for each award. 35 awards can be typed and printed at once.
2 motivational posters are included:
“Reading is a SPLASH!” AND
“Summer FUN is reading in the SUN!”
***FOR EDITABLE PORTIONS: PLEASE NOTE*** When you edit, make sure you are opening the file off of your computer using Adobe itself and not your browser straight from the download. Your browser may not have the capability to save. Detailed instructions included.