One Student at a Time.
The 2014 L4LL Latino Children’s Summer Reading Program goes live on June 1st, 2014. To develop and maintain critical literacy skills such as reading comprehension and vocabulary development, students read at least eight books during our 10-week online program.
Because of the educational power of identification, Latinas for Latino Lit (L4LL) pedagogically designed a recommending reading lists of Hispanic children’s authors and illustrators, with book titles in English, Spanish, and Bilingual, as well as culturally relevant reading activities for three age groups:
- Under 4 years old
- 4 to 8 years old
- 9 to 18 years old–”tween” and young adult readers
Because we believe parents are critical to our mission to raise literacy rates and improve lives, the L4LL Latino children’s summer reading program offers at no charge to parents the following downloadables to self-guide their children’s summer reading:
- L4LL summer reading lists
- L4LL reading pledge
- L4LL reading logs
- L4LL end of program reading certificate of achievement
For a modest subscription fee, L4LL pedagogically designed the L4LL DIY Summer Reading Camp for parents. In addition to the summer reading program printables packet, the L4LL DIY Summer Reading Camp includes more than 30 original downloadable printables centered around 10 themes to develop children’s reading and writing skills during our 10 week summer reading program.
L4LL also offers a group program for educators, librarians, and community centers. Click here to pre-order.
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Your commitment will help us improve lives through improved literacy and educational outcomes, one student and one family at a time.