Let’s Read! Short Video

This past Spring, the campaign partnered up with the Puget Sound Educational Service District to create a short video explaining some of the campaign materials. The video was filmed at various locations: Burien Library (King County Library System) and Hazel Valley Elementary School (Highline Public Schools). Both of which are in the campaign’s focus areas. The video is available in two languages: English and Spanish.

 

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Spanish

Summer Reading Tips

It’s that time of the year again! Starting tomorrow, just in time for National Summer Learning Day, reading tips will be going out once a week throughout the summer. Librarians from both King County Library System and Seattle Public Library contributed to the list this year. These tips were hand picked to encourage families and children to read as much as they can over the summer. They are simple and very easy to follow.

The tips will be going out via email. To get on the list-serve, contact msaetern@ccedresults.org or klandes@ccedresults.org. Don’t forget to follow the campaign on facebook and twitter to see the graphic versions!

To see the reading tips from last year, visit Reading Tips.

Find The Right Level Of Books For Your Child At The Library

 

Find the right level of books for your child at the library
Sound words out. Look at the part of the word they know. Back up and try again and use different words that make sense. If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

Read every day with your child
Reading every day is the best way to ensure your child continues building literacy skills and is prepared for school. Be sure to devote time to reading each day.

Read anywhere – in any language
If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family.

Talk about what you are reading
Ask questions about the story: What is happening? How will the story end? What is your favorite part of the story?

Make reading fun
It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

 

Read every day with your child

 

Read every day with your child
Reading every day is the best way to ensure your child continues building literacy skills and is prepared for school. Be sure to devote time to reading each day.

Find the right level of books for your child at the library
Sound words out. Look at the part of the word they know. Back up and try again and use different words that make sense. If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

Read anywhere – in any language
If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family.

Talk about what you are reading
Ask questions about the story: What is happening? How will the story end? What is your favorite part of the story?

Make reading fun
It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

 

Talk About What You Are Reading

 

Talk about what you are reading
Ask questions about the story: What is happening? How will the story end? What is your favorite part of the story?

Read every day with your child
Reading every day is the best way to ensure your child continues building literacy skills and is prepared for school. Be sure to devote time to reading each day.

Find the right level of books for your child at the library
Sound words out. Look at the part of the word they know. Back up and try again and use different words that make sense. If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

Read anywhere – in any language
If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family.

Make reading fun
It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

 

Make Reading Fun


Make reading fun
It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

Read every day with your child
Reading every day is the best way to ensure your child continues building literacy skills and is prepared for school. Be sure to devote time to reading each day.

Find the right level of books for your child at the library
Sound words out. Look at the part of the word they know. Back up and try again and use different words that make sense. If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family!

Read anywhere – in any language
If you don’t have a book with you, sing a song or tell a story. It’s never too early to start reading to your kids. Have fun reading and sharing stories with your family.

Talk about what you are reading
Ask questions about the story: What is happening? How will the story end? What is your favorite part of the story?