I Love to Read Month

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in SHAS NEWS | No Comments


For the remaining next few weeks, through Dr. Suess Week (first week of March), we will be celebrating “I Love to Read Month” with fun themes and activities to do at home and at school.  Please accept the challenges that have been set for your child’s reading and have fun with them.  One fun reading activity at home may be to read to your pet.  Dogs especially love to be talked to, or read to.  They don’t even mind a few mistakes.  If your child reads to the family dog or other pet, it would be beneficial to all.  Be sure the over active dog has a chance to burn some energy beforehand so they aren’t continually trying to chew the book.  The goal of I Love to Read Month is to inspire students to actively enjoy reading.  Together, we can light the spark.  Reading is one of the most important things a student will do and needs to find success with.dog_reading


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