If you have a child between 5 and 9 years old who struggles with reading or has trouble selecting the right book, the Reading Club may help turn your reluctant reader into a bookworm.
The program, taught by certified teacher Sarah Hanson, with the assistance of peer mentors, seeks to foster a "can-do" attitude in young readers.
Depending on each child’s level, the student will use books, games, music and other activities to improve decoding, fluency in oral reading, oral response to questions and overall comprehension.During each session, the Club will hold one class at the public library to work on making good reading choices
Wednesdays, 4:45—5:30 pm, Summit Community Center, 100 Morris Ave.
Session 1: September 25—October 23 (no class 10/16)
Session 2: October 30—November 30
Session 3: November 27—December 18
Residency is not required. For online registration and credit card payment go to https://register.communitypass.net/summit or call the office at 908-277-2932.
TryCAN is a collaboration several communities offering an array of recreation programs for children with special needs or those who need special accommodation. No non-resident fees are involved and all are welcome!