Posters, activities, and reading lists are available on the Get Caught Reading website to celebrate. But, other wonderful resources are also available.
The ReadWriteThink website has lesson plans, web resources, and projects specifically for Get Caught Reading Month.
Reading Rockets has a new webcast devoted to summer reading: "Research shows children lose one to three months of learning during the summer, and that loss can be compounded every year. For millions of low income kids, that delay impacts their likelihood of attending college or even earning a high school diploma. Join Ron Fairchild, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Summer Learning and Dr. Loriene Roy, president of the American Library Association as they discuss how to make the most of summer learning"(from the Reading Rockets website).
School Library Journal's lastest list of book reviews are out just in time to help us choose great books to read over the summer. The lists are divided into books for grades preschool - 4, grades 5-12, graphic novels, and there is even a professional book list so teachers can Get Caught Reading over the summer, too!