JPIIA 2018 Required Summer Reading Assignments

First and Second Grade:

There are no specific book titles for  the children to read over the summer; rather, it is suggested that they participate in the Public Library Summer Reading Program.  This is a great way to stay connected to skills and they have some wonderful prizes!  If you prefer not to participate in this program, please read other materials with your child each day to keep his/her skills sharp!

Third-Fifth Grade: 

Select two of the books listed for your grade to read.

Complete one of the four options below for one of the books. Make sure your final copy is neat and free of errors!

For your second book, you will have a one-on-one conference with your teacher. You should be prepared to have a book discussion with your teacher.

Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade
Magic Tree House: Midnight

on the Moon by Mary Pope

Osborne

Crenshaw by Katherine

Applegate

A Long Walk to Water by

Linda Sue Park

Freckle Juice by Judy Blume Rules by Cynthia Lord Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer

L. Holm

Clementine by Sara

Pennypacker

A Long Walk to Water by

Linda Sue Park

Flutter by Erin Moulton
I Survived the American

Revolution, 1776 by

Lauren Tarshis

Nim’s Island by

Wendy Orr

Walk Two Moons by Sharon

Creech

  1. Book Timeline:
  1. Movie Poster Book Project:
  1. Setting Book Project:
  1. Create a Test:

Work is due on August 20th!

These assignments will count as a grade for Reading.

Middle School (6-8) Required Summer Reading

All Assignments Due On or Before August 20

Grades 6 and 7:

Read the books listed under your grade below. Complete the two book report packets contained in the registration packet.

Sixth Grade:

The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

Abduction by Peg Kehret

Seventh Grade:

The Greatest:  Muhammad Ali by Walter Dean Myers

Zach’s Lie by Roland Smith

Book Report form:  6th and 7th grade Summer Reading 2018

Eighth Grade

Required Reading:

Johnny Tremain

Choice of Non-Fiction book

Assignments details were distributed at the end of the school year. Also, all information is contained on Ms. Miller’s Google Classroom that students use.  Copies are in the school office as well.