Whether you are a teacher or a parent, these tips will prepare your reader for a successful school year!
1. Turn on the Student Library 📖
Helps students improve reading comprehension and foster a love for reading
By turning on the Student Library, you grant unlimited student access to our online passages all summer long 24 hours, seven days a week!
2. Explore our curated summer reading packets ☀️
Provide a range of preparatory reading resources to enhance your reader’s learning
We offer a large selection of reading packets that you can print for free! These packets include nonfiction passages, fiction passages, and question sets. Our curated collection of passages engages students and prepares them for the next academic year.
3. Purchase our Summer of ReadWorks Workbook for readers entering grades 2-4 🏫
Plans high-interest readings that stimulate learning and reinforce new knowledge.
This illustrated bound workbook provides eight weeks of high-interest pre-planned content to engage your reader all summer. This unique workbook strategically introduces diverse topics and supplements reading comprehension with a physical Book of Knowledge.
4. Supplement novels with Book Studies 📚
Builds the knowledge needed to critically engage with novels and explore their themes.
If you have a novel assigned for summer reading, use Book Studies to deepen your reader’s learning! Book Studies offer expert-curated fiction and nonfiction passages formulated to deepen your reader’s understanding of the novel.
5. Differentiate with content and digital supports 🔎
Can be shaped to your reader’s needs to enhance understanding and optimize learning.
Our differentiated content and digital supports adapt to your reader’s needs and interests. Illustrated eBooks, accessible StepReads, relevant Article-A-Day collections for English Language Learners, and more are available. We also offer audio capabilities, multilingual Article-A-Day instructions, and reading tools that help readers navigate challenging texts.
First time using ReadWorks at home? We’ve built a guide just for you! Check out our ReadWorks for Families page for tutorials, tips, and resources.
Samuel Siegel, Marketing & Development Specialist