Lake Forest Park teachers encourage our students to participate in summer reading programs found at the KCLS (Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, Richmond Beach) Libraries.
Students who read and learn over the summer continue to make academic progress and have a strong start their new school year.
Use the links below to find book recommendations and learning activities. Use your library card and the KCLS website to place holds on books. The Librarians will find your books and put them aside for you to pick up. Enjoy your summer and keep reading!
Summer Reading In Lake Forest Park
Summer Reading Bingo For K-3
Summer Reading Bingo For 4-6
KCLS Online - Access eBooks, Audiobooks, Databases Via KCLS Online. Use your Shoreline School District Student ID to read eBooks, listen to audiobooks, and much more. You can read eBooks and listen to audiobooks on a home computer, tablet, etc. All you need is a web browser.
KCLS Events - Search events taking place at the Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and Richmond Beach Libraries.
Free Museum Passes Through KCLS
Did you know you can use your KCLS library card to get free passes to six kid-friendly local museums?
Museum passes are available for:
- MoPOP Museum of Popular Culture
- Seattle Art Museum
- Seattle Aquarium
- Washington State History Museum
- Bellevue Arts Museum
- KidsQuest Children's Museum
To practice keyboarding skills, students in grades 3-6 can login to typingclub.com using their district Google account. This free online keyboarding program will teach them how to type and track their progress. It is recommended that students spend just 10 minutes a day working on keyboarding.
Code.org - Educational Courses - This page offers sequential courses in coding and it is our starting
point at LFP. When you get to the page, choose course 2.
Coder Dojo - Take your child to a free coding class on a Saturday.