10 Great Books Your Teen Will Love This Summer

Summertime is a great time to work on reading skills. Students can take advantage of those long days and gain ground in reading comprehension while relaxing in the backyard or on the couch.

Many students, however, suffer from learning disabilities or difficulties in reading that make reading for fun hard or stressful. As a result they may prefer to avoid it altogether. That’s why we searched far and wide to find books that your middle or high school student will actually want to read over the summer.

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6 Tips to Prevent a Summer Slide

As we mentioned in a previous blog entry, research has shown that the summer slide is very real and can be hazardous to your student’s grades, with learning loss costing some students two or more months of math and reading skills.

For many students with learning disabilities, such as ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia (Math Learning Disability) or Asperger’s Syndrome, summer can be a good time to catch up in skills and knowledge and minimize any learning loss.

We know that summer is a tough time to convince kids to work on their skills, especially after a tough school year.

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