Week 1 2021 Camp Read-A-Lot
This week’s Camp Read-A-Lot Theme is Be You! We will practice literacy skills while learning about compassion that helps us care for ourselves so we can care for others. This week’s story is The Wonder That Is You. Have fun with ice cream and other great activities while practicing literacy skills! To learn more about this week’s Camp Read-A-Lot video email Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Week 2 2021 Camp Read-A-Lot
This week’s Camp Read-A-Lot Theme is Be Kind! We will practice literacy skills while learning about compassion that helps us to be present with each other. This week’s story is Reading Is An Adventure by Faith United Friends. Have fun practicing literacy skills with some fun kindness and friendship activities! To learn more about this week’s Camp Read-A-Lot video email Kathy at email@example.com.
Mark your calendars for Camp Read-a-Lot 2022–Wednesdays July 6, 13, 20, 27
2021 Camp Read-A-Lot Theme: Be Loved, Be Kind, Be You!
Students entering kindergarten through third grade are invited to participate in some fun summer activities designed to keep their reading skills sharp. For the care and safety of everyone, this summer Faith United’s Camp Read-A-Lot will be held ONLINE! There will also be an IN-PERSON EVENT on Wednesday, July 14 for kids and their families.
Camp Read-A-Lot Kits will be available for pick up and will include books to read (and keep) and literacy activities. Register by June 30 to receive your Camp Read-A-Lot Kit before the start of Camp Read-A-Lot! Camp Read-A-Lot videos with music, stories and literacy activities will be available Wednesday mornings July 7 and July 14 for your family to view at your convenience! The program is free and will be led by teachers and trained literacy volunteers
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Did You Know…
- 61.9% of public school eighth graders and 63.9% of public school fourth graders in the state of Ohio are unable to read at grade level. (childrensdefense.org)
- More than 43 million adults in the United States cannot read, write, or do basic math above a third-grade level. (proliteracy.org)
- In the U.S., 63 million people over the age of 16 don’t read well enough to understand a newspaper story written at the 8th grade level. (proliteracy.org)
- If children and adults struggle to read, how will they ever read the word of God?