Weekly or monthly challenges are motivating and fun for adults, so why not use this strategy to encourage our kids to read more? You could set a challenge for a number of books in a specific timeframe or use this themed template to broaden your kids’ reading material.
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The template comes from the Clare’s Contemplations blog and includes 20 challenges (a little less than one book every two weeks), such as:
- A book written over 100 years ago
- A book you think looks boring
- A book your mum or dad read when they were your age
- A book that is set in the future
A love of reading is one of the best gifts we can give our kids. This is just another way to work that into your family’s life. Check out the link below for the full challenge checklist (printable).
2016 Reading Challenge (For Kids!) [Clare’s Contemplations]