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Summer Reading list for Kindergarteners

Summer learning should be a fun addition to your child’s daily summer break routine. Did you know that children can lose up to three months of crucial reading skills over the summer?

Summer is a wonderful time for children to explore the world around them, and what better way to do so than through the pages of a great book? Whether your child is a budding reader or just beginning to discover the joy of books, we have compiled a list of ten fantastic summer reading books that are perfect for kindergarteners. From silly stories to fascinating facts, these books are sure to spark your child’s imagination and keep them entertained all summer long. So grab a book, find a shady spot, and let the reading adventures begin!

10 Books to Explore with Your Kids This Summer

Summer reading is a great way to keep your children learning and ready to progress academically. 
Below is a summer reading list for kindergarteners that features fun stories for beginning readers.


Have fun exploring these 10 books and more during the summer. To make reading exciting, have fun and interactive story-times. Ask questions and let children talk about what they have read. Include dramatic play activities like recreating scenes from the book or dressing up like a character. 

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