Announcing the L4LL 2014 Latino Children’s Summer Reading Program

Aundrea and Haley have been holding down The Wise Latina Club fort for months which has allowed me and my partner Monica Olivera to focus on our education and literacy organization and our signature L4LL Latino Children’s Summer Reading Program.

This year, we developed a Premium Family Subscription to our new “Do It Yourself (DIY)” Summer Reading Camp that includes more than 100 original printable activities designed to help boost your child’s literacy skills. For children in 2nd through 6th grade, the 100 crafts and activities worksheets are divided into 10 engaging themes, such as Art, Music, and Sports. All themes are Common Core aligned and culturally relevant guided by our curated recommended reading list of U.S. Latino children’s authors and illustrators. Our program has also been kid-tested and kid approved (specifically by Monica’s children!) which is important because we want kids to be engaged and have fun–the first step to creating a lifelong love or reading. These 10 themes are meant to cover our 10-week summer reading program with daily activities.

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Examples of our culturally relevant and Common Core aligned original summer reading program activity worksheets. Courtesy: MommyMaestra.com

The Premium Family subscription is priced at modest fee of $50. This one-time payment covers the full 10 week program, giving access to every printable in our summer reading program. That equals $5 a week.

Registration is open.

The Wise Latina Club readers will receive 10% off the cost of a Premium Subscription.

Just enter the coupon code wlc1410 when you checkout.

We are also offering a Freemium Family Subscription. Like last year, you can subscribe to the program and download our 2014 Summer Reading Lists with children’s book titles by Latino authors and illustrators, as well as downloadable our free summer reading kits with reading pledges, reading logs, and a certificate of achievement in English and and Spanish to recognize your child’s reading accomplishment over the summer.

While the L4LL Latino Children’s Summer Reading Program officially runs from June 1st to August 10th, you can start preparing for June 1st by subscribing today to receive immediate access to our program downloads.

Lastly, all subscribers–Freemium and Premium Family subscriptions–can submit a list of 8 books that your children read at the summer to enter to win great reading incentives, such as Chromebooks, Google Play gift cards, and school supplies.

Sign up today Latinas4LatinoLit.org!

¡A leer!/Let’s read!

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