2022 Summer Reading Program

    2022 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

    From June 6th to August 6th, kids and teens ages 0-18 are invited to explore Oceans of Possibilities while taking on different reading challenges in order to earn rewards for reaching summer reading goals!
    Learn more about our FREE summer reading programs below — then, CLICK HERE  to explore the free events and activities we’re offering all summer long.

     

    PROGRAM OVERVIEW – BY AGE GROUP

    BABIES & TODDLERS (AGES 0-3)

    For the Babies & Toddlers program, participants ages 0-3 (and their grown-ups) are challenged to read 4 times a week for at least 5 weeks between June 6th-August 6th.

    Fill in a space for each day that you read at least one book to your child, and earn stickers for every 4 days of reading you and your child complete. Babies/toddlers will earn a fun reward once the 20-book goal is reached.

    Remember: Only one book per day counts toward your daily reading goal!


     

    CHILDREN (AGES 4-11)

    For the Children’s Program, participants ages 4-11 are challenged to track their daily reading in increments of 20 minutes per day, while working toward a goal of 20 days of summer reading.


    • For each day that participants ages 4-11 read, or are read to, for 20 (or more) minutes, they can color in a circle on their paper reading log.
    • Participants earn stickers for each day of reading they complete, plus a reward for finishing Day 10 and Day 20
    • In addition to their Day 20 reward, children ages 4-11 who complete the program will earn a ticket for the end-of-summer raffle

    Remember: Participants can read more than 20 minutes each day, but only the first 20 minutes count toward the daily reading goal for the Summer Reading Program!


    CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LIST OF CHILDREN’S RAFFLE PRIZES

    TEENS (AGES 12-18)

    For the Tween/Teen Program, participants ages 12-18 are challenged to complete a game of Book BINGO, where they’ll work toward a ‘bingo’ by reading books and/or completing activities that match various categories on their game card.


    HOW TEEN BOOK BINGO WORKS:

    • When teens sign up for the Tween/Teen program in-person, they’ll receive a paper Book BINGO card; as they complete a category/square, they should write the title and author in the designated square.
    • Teens must complete at least one BINGO (i.e., five filled-in squares in a row on their game card) to be eligible for a finishers’ reward (a button of their choice) AND their ticket for the end-of-summer raffle for teens.
    • Although teens only need to complete one BINGO on the game card to finish the program and earn a raffle ticket, the BINGO card allows teens to earn up to four extra raffle tickets (five total), for each additional BINGO they complete. 

    CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LIST OF TEEN RAFFLE PRIZE OPTIONS

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