Calling all Super Readers! PBS SoCaL is celebrating reading this summer and there are many ways for kids to go on their very own reading adventure. Start by making a summer reading progress chart. You can record the books you read over the summer on a chart you make on a piece of paper or a board, or you can print out the iVillage Reading Progress Chart and fill it up with all of the books you read.
You can find books to fill up your reading chart with the PBS Parents Bookfinder. Search books by age, theme or by keyword or browse featured books and books from PBS KIDS. Explore the Super Why Book Club Picks to discover Super Why and the other Super Readers’ favorite books. Alpha Pig likes “Leonardo the Terrible Monster” Written by Mo Willems. Maybe you will discover your new favorite new book!
Another place to look for books is at your local library. Find a library close to you with the Public Library finder.
Practice reading skills with PBS KIDS reading games, Super Why! video, and more! There are more ways to have fun with reading this summer with reading games at PBS KIDS Read. Play the Super Why Comic Book game to help the Super Readers save Reader Valley from the Eraser and match letters with their sounds in the Letter Sounds Match Up game.
The Boys and Girls Club of Tustin welcomed PBS SoCaL for a day of reading fun with Super Why! During the summer program at the local Boys and Girls Club, kids spent the afternoon making their very own super hero masks, just like Super Why!
The super readers also watched the special Super Why! Around the World Adventure episode and then celebrated their love of reading with a read aloud story time of “Super Why! George and the Dragon”. Every kid who participated got a special book from PBS SoCaL to take home to celebrate and read with their families.
Check out the other places Super Why! and the Super Readers have visited this summer.