The 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers – FREE Printable

Welcome to 2016! A new year, full of possibilities and potential.

To take advantage of this season of planning and promise, Susan and I want you and your teens to join us on a great reading adventure.

The 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers - FREE Printable To take advantage of this new year, Susan and I want you and your middle school students to join us on a great reading adventure. Every month, let your tween/teen choose one of the 12 different types of books, then work together find an appropriate title for them to read. Every month we'll be sharing our book selections and our subscribers will get cool tools to go along with the reading challenge.

Just like us, our kids can zero in on particular genres of literature, so we wanted a way to expand their reading choices this year. That’s why we created the 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers.

We’ve made the list flexible to give you options (because we know homeschoolers love options).

Every month, let your tween/teen choose one of the 12 different types of books, then work together find an appropriate title for them to read. Even better, read the books together so you’ll be able to have some great discussions with your middle schooler.

The 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers - FREE Printable To take advantage of this new year, Susan and I want you and your middle school students to join us on a great reading adventure. Every month, let your tween/teen choose one of the 12 different types of books, then work together find an appropriate title for them to read. Every month we'll be sharing our book selections and our subscribers will cool tools to go along with the reading challenge.

That being said, each month, we will be highlighting one of the 12 types of books listed. We’ll share 5 titles that fit the category and that we think your kids will enjoy (in case you haven’t found your own yet).

As Susan and I have mentioned before, our families have been a part of a book club together for years. As a part of this 2016 reading adventure, we want to share some of the tools we use with our kids with all of our wonderful subscribers. Each month, via email, we’ll be sending all subscribers a reading log, a book report form, as well as some discussion questions to go along with two of the books we’ve highlighted that month.

If you’re not a subscriber yet, but want all of these tools, you can sign up here:

Also, are you a part of our Facebook group? It’s a place where those of us homeschooling middle & high school gather to share ideas. That’s where we’ll be talking about what we’re reading throughout the year, so head on over and join in the conversation.

It’s time to get started! Download your copy today and join us for our great 2016 Reading Adventure.

You won’t want to miss out on the fun!

The 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers - FREE Printable To take advantage of this new year, Susan and I want you and your middle school students to join us on a great reading adventure. Every month, let your tween/teen choose one of the 12 different types of books, then work together find an appropriate title for them to read. Every month we'll be sharing our book selections and our subscribers will get cool tools to go along with the reading challenge.

Join us on Wednesday. I’ll be sharing 5 personal growth books that your tween/teen will enjoy reading.

Which of the 12 categories are you most excited about?


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Megan Zechman
I love homeschooling! Learning is a way of life for our family. Most days you will find us exploring our Central Florida community, having fun while learning. I am constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage my children. Pinterest is one of my favorite tools for finding fun, hands-on learning activities. Connect with me @Pinterest.
Megan Zechman
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Comments

  1. When I try to sign up for the reading club, it keeps saying something went wrong and it won’t accept my email.

  2. Jackie Garrison says:

    On the list, it asks for a book inspired by a Walt Disney movie. Is that the same as a book that Disney made into a movie?
    I’m having a hard time finding anything that inspired a book.

    • Jackie, yes our idea was for books that were made into movies by Disney like Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame or even books that you think of when you think of Walt Disney. Sorry about that, I think I’ll have to rewrite that one so it’s easier to understand. I’m glad you’re joining us on our adventure!

  3. I like this idea! I bet all three of my kids would enjoy this (even if they aren’t all middle/high school aged). Thanks for the idea!

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