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It’s the FIFTH year of the Summer Reading Chart and I could not be more thrilled to share it with you!
This year’s was designed by Jorrien of Fell. I saw the Fell booth at Christkindlmarkt back in December and knew immediately I wanted to work with them on a reading chart. I grabbed their business card and held onto it until earlier this spring – when I reached out, Jorrien immediately agreed and he did the most incredible job!
The theme for this year’s is Road Trip and I LOVE how it all came together.
This year’s reading challenges (20 in all) are on the road signs spread along the interstate on the left and at the bottom are the route signs where you can track your reading all summer long.
You can decide how you want to track it – you can color in every day that you read at all, every day that you read for a certain amount of time or write in the titles of the books you’re reading. It’s up to you what works best for your family and schedule!
I haven’t even talked about all the cute details to color in, from the different ecosystems as you travel along the road to all the animals, cars, and plants.
And, as always, the summer reading chart for kids is always free! Just pop in your email address below and it’ll come right to your inbox, ready to print off.
I love hearing from teachers who print out a copy for all their students to take home as an end-of-year gift or families that pass them out to neighbors to kick off summer or pop them in their local Little Free Library. There are so many ways to use this free reading chart for kids!
You can print it at home, but I always think the most fun is doing an engineer print – it’s only a few dollars and having a big version is so fun. I have a whole rundown of how to order an engineer print here. Once you do it, you’ll never go back!
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