6th grade summer reading project

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6th Grade Summer Reading List (Final Project) (28 books)

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Randolph Reads. Choice board assignment due: October 4, Summer ! A mission to learn, a mission to be better, a mission to read. This summer, we are asking all Randolph students, including upcoming 6th graders, to read a summer novel. Each grade level has been given a choice of 3 historical fiction books.

By Signing up, you agree to our privacy policy. Take aim at the "Summer Slide" and get your students excited about reading with these titles picked specifically for kids at the sixth grade reading level.
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The 6th grade and the 7th Grade Summer Reading projects are listed on this page. Please scroll to find out more information about your project! Sixth Grade Summer Reading Assignment. Students are to read a novel listed below and complete an assignment about their summer reading. Requirements for the activity are described and should be visually designed as a project with clear, concise content.

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