Keep children, tweens, and teens involved in literacy this summer. Here are 5 tips:
- Families planning a summer trip? Have children K-12 assist in researching states using CultureGrams-States Edition. Find Quick Facts, trivia, recipes, state symbols, famous people, history, and even listen to the birdsongs of state birds.
- Fun songs, animated storybooks, chapter books, graphic novels, and puzzles are found in Tumblebooks, e-books for e-kids.
- Taking children to the zoo this summer? Host a fact-finding contest by having then explore animals by habitat, group, or name using Britannica's Animal Kingdom.
- Help kids and teens locate titles for good summer reads by using NoveList Plus to find read-alikes, books by genre, or award winners.
- Do the kids, tweens, or teens like to draw, sing, or cook? Time them on how fast they can identify a noted artist, entertainer, or chef and tell you fast fact using Biography in Context.