SUMMER PROGRAMS, 2021
Book chats, Book clubs, Book classes
Three months, three books, three conversations!
Over the course of the summer, students read one book per month. At the end of each month, we meet as a group of peers to talk about the story!
June: The List of Things That Will Not Change, Rebecca Stead
July: Wolf Hollow, Lauren Wolk
August: Mananaland, Pam Munoz Ryan
During our online book chat, I'm hoping to arrange special guest appearances from the author!
Gain Academic Confidence
Book clubs are happening all summer long! The groups run for roughly three weeks, depending on the length of the book. Students receive a tailored book-guide. We meet in the mornings, before noon (est) on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Book choices coming soon!
Classes in the summer? Do not fret!
Book classes are exactly that! Complete with reading assignments, writing assignments, and feedback, a book course helps students sharpen their reading and writing skills.
These online courses are fun, laid back, and positive learning experiences!
We read. We discuss the story. We write about the story.
The course runs for the duration of the reading. This summer, there will be classes on several different classic and contemporary tales for young adult and middle grade students.
One week, one book, one heck-of-a learning experience!
Camp-Read-Away offers students from all over the chance to come together online for one week and take a deep dive into the story!
Session one meets the week of June 21, M-Th from 11-11:45 am (est), and is geared toward ages 8+. We are reading Rebecca Stead's book, The List of Things That Will Not Change.
Session two meets dates TBD.
Practice consistency, creativity and self-reflection
ReadWriteRun meets in person in Madison, CT June 21st-24th from 9am-noon. Students in grades 4-6 read, write and run together and in doing so we foster the practices of consistency, creativity, and self-reflection.