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by Pam Austin on May 27, 2021
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Spring leads to summer, and summer usually leads to a change of routine that shifts how students interact with words, text, and all forms of literacy. Known as summer reading loss, this phenomenon affects many students—especially those who are already
performing below grade-level expectations. With this in mind, many school districts offer summer sessions to not only maintain but increase reading gains made throughout the school year. And although parents typically support (and are often quick
to take advantage of) these opportunities, many may wonder what more they can do to bolster school districts’ efforts to mitigate summer reading loss.
The good news is that summer reading loss is by no means unavoidable—in fact, according to a study in The Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, it is not universal among students.
According to a piece published in the journal The Reading Teacher, cultivating an interest in and access to books and other reading materials is a key factor in minimizing summer reading loss by facilitating engagement in literacy, both incidentally
and directly. Visiting the local library, following recipes while cooking together, reading directions for how to set up a new toy or gadget, and turning on closed captioning while kids are watching television are all examples of ways that parents
can create family literacy opportunities to make reading fun and useful instead of dreaded and boring.
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“[My child] views each Reading Rangers journey and passage as a fun challenge and loves to beat Buckleboot, as it sparks her competitive nature!” – Mitchell Coats, Oklahoma
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