Summer Reading and Learning
Lake Forest Park teachers encourage students to read over the summer and use the Town Center, Shoreline, and Richmond Beach KCLS public libraries. Students who read and learn over the summer make academic progress and have a strong start to the new school year.
Use the links below to find book recommendations and learning activities. Enjoy your summer and keep reading.
KCLS - Summer Reading and Learning
KCLS Summer Reading Challenge - Use This Paper Form To Record Your Summer Reading Minutes - Mark one shape for each 20 minutes spent reading. Read anything you want, including reading to someone or listening to a book. After reading 500 minutes, go to kcls.org/summer to enter for a chance to win a stack of books chosen for you by KCLS librarians. After reading 1,000 minutes, go to kcls.org/summer to download your finisher badges and celebrate.
KCLS - Events - Search events taking place at the Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and Richmond Beach Libraries.
KCLS Online - Access eBooks, Audiobooks, Databases Via KCLS Online. Use your Shoreline School District Student ID number to check out eBooks you can read on a computer, tablet, or eReader, listen to audiobooks, and much more.
KCLS - Study Zone Plus - Free homework help, Access to KCLS librarians, Language and reading support, Social activities, Students in grades K-12 can log in any time during Study Zone Plus open hours. Students will be moved to breakout rooms by age groups, elementary or teen.
Additional Fun Summer Reading and Learning Ideas
Summer Reading Bingo For K-3
Summer Reading Bingo For 4-6
Practice Keyboarding Skills With Typing Club LTI Found in Classlink
Students may use their district Google account login information to log in to Classlink and use the Typing Club LTI app. Typing Club will teach them the basics of keyboarding. Classlink is found at https://launchpad.classlink.com/shorelineschools