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Supersisters Weekend Roundup

Posted by Jen on July 18, 2009 at 7:00 AM in JenSupersister Weekend Roundup
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Getting a little worried that school re-entry is going to be brutal with all the bike riding instead of book reading? Here are a few little activities that are a gentle, playful reminder of the kind of structured learning your kids will be asked to do in the coming school year.

For your budding readers, try this little letter recognition game from our friends at Super Why.

Get this summer-friendly primer on following directions (a school success must) with this treasure hunt from the reading experts at Between the Lions.

And it's never too late (I promise) to get back on track with the book reading for summer--these helpful tips and a quick trip to the library are all you need to get your early readers remembering how much they love the page as much as the pool.

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