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[Summer Reading] A Free Reading Eggs Take-Home Kit for Your Elementary Students

[Summer Reading] A Free Reading Eggs Take-Home Kit for Your Elementary Students

It’s no secret that reading is one of the best ways to keep students learning and practicing academic skills over the summer break (not to mention to help avoid that pesky summer learning slide). So, how can you make sure your budding bookworms continue to build on their love of reading once school lets out?

Look no further than printable activities from Edmentum’s three-in-one literacy solution, Reading Eggs, Reading Eggspress, and Fast Phonics, to support your pre-K–6th grade students. We’ve compiled some of our favorite offline resources that help encourage continued reading through age-appropriate skills development and reinforcement. With reading, spelling, phonics, handwriting, and comprehension practice, we’ve got you covered!

Before diving in, have you checked out the Reading Eggs Printable Library? Be sure to visit this brand-new area for worksheet bundles and books that facilitate learning at all stages of the literacy journey.

Grades K - 2

Reading Eggs

Empower your pre-K–2nd grade students with lessons worksheets targeting foundational reading skills, including phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, and fluency. Lesson printables from the Reading Eggs area are also offered with instructions in Spanish to better support parent-guided learning. Check out a few below!

Fast Phonics

Fast Phonics printables, like the ones below, support pre-K–2nd grade learners and younger students in need of additional phonics-based intervention.

Grades 3 - 4

Reading Eggspress

Grades 5 - 6

Reading Eggspress

Looking for more ways to keep your students engaged this summer? Check out our blog post, 6 Ways to Stop Summer Reading Loss with Reading Eggs, that includes a parent letter to pair perfectly with your summer take-home kit. If you’re new to the Reading Eggs world but interested in learning more, sign up for a free trial here!

This post was originally published May 2018 by McKenna Wierman, and has been updated.