Keep Reading All Summer Long
Reading is more than a great escape: it boosts brain power and feeds curiosity for learners of all ages. Dive into literary adventures with one of the Utah summer reading programs below, or search for your local public library here.
Summer Reading Programs
Grand County Public Library
Individuals and families can sign up to help the community with $1,000 of children’s books for the library.
Salt Lake County Library
Complete a reading challenge for prizes like a book of your choice and keep the fun going with an Adventure Game board.
Summit County Library
Engage in summer reading fun with challenges and special events for Birth to PreK, Kindergarten to Grade 5, Grades 6 to 12 and Adults. and build community.
Tremonton City Public Library
Earn prizes, join events for all ages, and discover great books with this year’s summer reading program.
Washington County Public Library
Find “Oceans of Possibilities” with free activities for children, teens, and adults.
Watch the film, Fridays at 8 p.m. on UEN-TV and find related reads with each month's themed booklist.
Catch special episodes on literacy, author interviews and more on the podcast for educators starting June 3.
Literacy Tips for Early Readers
Early Readers - 5
Read a short passage several times to your child until your child can read it with you. Then encourage your child to read the passage to you.
Literacy Tips for Advanced Readers
Advanced Reader - 4
Read to your child regularly, even after your child is able to read some books independently.
Visit Preschool Path for online reading games, storybooks, apps and events for Preschoolers.
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These fun and educational online reading games will help students maintain their reading skills.