Summer Reading Club

Coming Summer 2018

Oh The Places You’ll Go!

Summer Reading  & Fun Activities

For Children thru 5th Grade

Registration begins Monday, May 1 , 2018

Activities begin June 4, 2018

With no set hours for the summer reading club, your child can participate even with all their other summer activities. Simply stop by when the library is open to participate. Children who have not yet completed 2nd grade must be accompanied by an adult while at the library.

Research suggests families should aim for 15-20 minutes of reading a day to help prevent the “summer slide,” where reading skills are lost and kids are less prepared to return to school in the fall.

Children and families set their own reading goals, whether by keeping track of time, number of books or pages, or other literacy milestones, such as learning alphabet sounds, shapes, colors, or sight words. The suggested summer reading goal for Northview School students is 20 minutes per day for 20 days of the month.

 

 Summer Classes and Activities

Bounces and Tickles for Babies birth to 1 year of age:  Tuesdays from 10:00am to 10:20am beginning Tuesdays June 11th-July 24th

Wiggles and Giggles for Children ages 1 to 3:  Thursday mornings June 15-July 27, 10:00-10:20 AM

New Summer 2018! Pre-K Explorers for Children ages 3-5: Wednesday Mornings June 13-July 25, 10:30AM

Doggie Tales: Summer 2018 TBA          

Practice reading with Ruby and Lila, Ms. Julie’s certified therapy dogs. Kids read to Ruby or Lila for 5-10 minutes. Enjoy doing tricks with Ruby and Lila after everyone reads! Registration required.

“Picture This” Book Club: Summer 2018 TBA

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“Chapter Book” Explorers Club: Summer 2018 TBA

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Nail Art Club: Session 1: Tuesday, June 20 & 27, 2:00-2:45pm; Session 2: Tuesday, July 11 & 18, 2:00-2:45pm
Follow along with the design of the week to learn the basics of creating cool nail art. Registration is required.

Treasure Hunter’s Metal Detecting:  Summer 2018 TBA

Learn the basics of metal detecting at Cedar Point Sportsman’s Club! Food provided. Kids must be transported and accompanied by an adult. Hosted in conjunction with Cedar Point Sportsman’s Club and Illinois Valley Historical Research and Recovery Association. Registration is required.