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Summer Reading

101 Keep kids and teens reading — and loving it Family Features

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50 things to do this summer

hen school is out for summer, the last thing many kids want to do is pick up another book. However, reading is one of the most important activities children can do now to help themselves later — both when they go back to school in the fall, and later in life. If children don’t engage in educational activities such as reading and math over the

Need an idea to entertain your kids, out-of-town visitors or yourself during the summer months? Well, look no further. Over the next two months, The Newnan-Times Herald will give you some great ideas for family fun!

a guide to activities and destinations

ATLANTA Atlanta Dream Basketball Maybe the third time will be the charm for the Atlanta Dream. Atlanta’s WNBA franchise has reached the league’s finals the past two seasons, but fell short in both efforts. All-WNBA standout Angel McCoughtry returns to lead the 2012 Dream squad after averaging 21.6 points per game a year ago. The Dream plays 17 homes games – all at Philips Arena in downtown Atlanta – during the regular season, including 10 between June and August. For schedule / ticket information, call 877-977-7729 or visit atlantadream.net

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta ®

At LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta, you can reach out and touch the stars in the 4D cinema, learn top LEGO® building secrets from the Master Model Builder, see iconic landmarks in MINILAND®, make a celebration even more memorable in one of the special party rooms, and much, much more! It’s the ultimate place for all LEGO® fans - young and old. A typical visit takes 2-3 hours, but you can stay as long as you like.

Newnan Utilities Carl Miller Park

LEGOLAND® is located in Phipps Plaza in Buckhead, 3500 Peachtree Road NE. Tickets are discounted if purchased online. Walk-up prices for allday tickets are $20.52 (ages 13-older), $16.20 (ages 3-12) and free for ages 0-2. Call 404-848-9252 or visit atlanta. legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta

NEWNAN Newnan Utilities’ Carl Miller Park Tucked away just south of downtown Historic Newnan, Carl Miller Park is a

beautiful, family-friendly, 14-acre park which offers recreational activities for all ages. The park, owned by Newnan Utilities, contains a gigantic 32,000 sq. ft. Kids’ Castle Playground with swings, assorted bridges, tunnels, wooden climbing areas, forts and playhouses for children to play on. Also included in the park are picnic tables for those family outdoor get-togethers, a walking / jogging trail which is 6/10 of a mile, and plenty of room to toss around a football or baseball or just

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summer, they can experience summer learning losses. “With the majority of U.S. fourth-grade students reading below the proficient level, the summer months are critical for student learning,” said Meredith Curley, Dean of a major university. “By engaging in fun reading activi­ties during the summer months, parents not only have the opportunity to encourage learning, but to motivate their children to develop a lifelong love of reading.” Curley offers these tips for parents and caregivers to help incorporate reading into everyday activities in ways that will make it fun to keep learning all summer long. “Reading is critical for a child’s success, no matter what age,” said Curley. “By finding ways to make reading part of your children’s everyday activities, you are helping them build a solid foundation not just for the next school year, but for their futures.”

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Saving Money on Vacation Make the most of your trip with these cost-saving strategies By Jim Garnett

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amily vacations can be great opportunities for making memories. I still remember vivid scenes from childhood vacations traveling in our 1960 Nash Rambler. We often traveled to see relatives, but once in a while headed to a someplace like the Grand Canyon or the Ozarks. Our family was not wealthy by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, I discovered later on in life, that we were actually quite poor. Interestingly enough, not one of those vacation memories I hold dear has anything to do with an activity that cost money. Therefore, even when finances are lean, a little forethought and planning can create a great family vacation filled with one memory after another. Here are a few tips that will help you save money on your next vacation.

Stay in one place. The cost of gasoline can be cut a lot if you travel to one area and stay there. This presupposes that there is something to see and do in that location. Rent multiple nights at a time. Staying in one area also enables you to rent by the week instead of one night at a time. Discounts always await those who stay more than just a night. This also eliminates having to pack up everything and move the family every day.

Choose a non-peak season. If you vacation in the off-season, the crowds will be smaller, the lines will be shorter, the beaches will be emptier, and

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Stay at relatives. I am sure that this can be a blessing or a curse, but especially if both families have kids, a few days with kinfolk can be pretty neat. Plus, one of the greatest vacation expenses, lodging is eliminated. Look for destinations where the fun is free. A trip to the Tetons, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, a State Park, or the beach offers days of exciting things to do at little cost. Check out local guidebooks. Most of these contain discount coupons for local attractions. Eat out only once a day. A place with a built in kitchen can let you choose which meals to eat out. A hotel with a complimentary breakfast can take care of breakfast. A cooler with soft drinks, fruit, chips, and sandwiches will satisfy most families for lunch. This approach can enable your family you to save hundreds of dollars a week or enjoy eating the evening meal at a more expensive restaurant. Bring home free souvenirs. Most expensive gift shop souvenirs will hold no better memories than a vase of sea shells, or a piece of driftwood, or best of all — a family picture on location! All of these tips can save you money or at least allow you to spend your vacation money on your vacation

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The Centre for the Performing and Visual Arts July 19-21 6:30 p.m. $20 includes dinner and show. Tickets by advanced sale only. Ticket deadline: Monday, July 16. Info: 770-254-2787 www.thecentreonline.net

Night Music

Central Library July 19 6:30-7:30 p.m. Come enjoy an evening of classical music, and an evening of jazz provided by local musicians. A wonderful way to unwind on a summer evening! Info: 770-683-2052 cowt.ent.sirsi.net

Pickin’ on the Square

Historic Courthouse Square July 21 11:00 a.m. All musicians are invited to come down to Newnan’s Historic Courthouse Square and play. All music genres and skill levels are welcome. Acoustic only. Info: 770-253-8283 www.mainstreetnewnan.com

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The Newnan Carnegie July 23 2:30 p.m. Teens through seniors. Through the struggles of migrant farm workers in the Deep South, author Michael Ottensmeyer shares a valuable message for all ages. Call to reserve your spot. Info: 770-683-1347 www.newnancarnegie.com

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out loud. Encouraging your children to read aloud will help develop their reading fluency and build their confidence as readers. For example, ask them to read recipe directions as they help you prepare a treat in the kitchen. If they make a mistake, gently point out overlooked letters or words read incorrectly. n Let them play. Games and activities played on electronic devices provide many opportunities to engage children with words and letters. Spelling games, word games and matching games can help children build reading proficiency and comprehension. Consider devices with learning games when purchasing a toy for a child. Instead of watching a movie in the car, consider audio books and CDs and DVDs with reading games. n Turn them into storytellers. Have your child read a book and then retell the story. If he or she has trouble, help by asking the five Ws: Who, What, Where, When and Why. n Hone their critical thinking skills. Success in reading isn’t just about decoding words, but also about comprehension. Help your children build critical thinking skills by asking them questions, such as what they think about something that happens in a story, if they have experienced something like that before, and other questions to help engage them in the story. Also, when they ask you questions, answer and then ask a follow-up question. n Turn a library visit into an adventure. Make an ordinary trip to the public library an adventure for your child by selecting a topic to research. For instance, set out to learn everything you can about your hometown, animals or space; or set out to answer a specific question. Many libraries also offer weekly classes that parents can attend with their child to encourage the love of reading. Simple activities such as these can increase a child’s understanding of sequencing, link reading to real-world activities, expand their vocabulary and feed their curiosity, all while building their interest in reading. Choosing Books A book that is too easy to read doesn’t help kids grow as readers, but books that are too difficult to read can be frustrating and discouraging. A simple rule of thumb for choosing an appropriate book is called the Five Finger Rule. Let your children pick out books that interest them. Have them read 100 words from the book, asking them to raise one finger for each word they don’t know, or are unsure of. If the child raises more than five fingers, the book is probably too difficult.

Saving Continued from Page 1 priorities. But the last tip may well be the biggest saver!

Pay yourself in advance. The average vacation costs the American family around $1600 and many charge this cost on credit cards. To pay a $1600 vacation off in minimum payments, will take 14 years and 9 months, and will actual cost you a whopping $3399 for your $1600 vacation! How much better to plan ahead for vacation. That $1600 vacation would require an auto deduct of only $135 per month from your paycheck to a vacation account. If you only have 6 months to prepare, $270 needs to be set aside. The point is simple — when vacation is over, you want its memories to remain for years, not its payments! Paying for your vacation in advance will allow you to take two vacations for what the cost of charging one on credit cards would be! To be sure, family vacations can be a great time for making memories. I hope these tips can help you focus even more on having fun because you have your vacation finances under control.

While younger children frequently read for fun, the voluntary reading rate tends to drop dramatically as they move through their teen years. A recent National Endowment of the Arts reading study found that while 54 percent of 9-year-olds read for pleasure, the number drops to 30 percent for 13-year-olds, and only 22 percent for 17-year-olds. Curley recommends that you encourage your teen or tween to read by finding activities that engage their unique interests and allow them to assert their own opinions. Here are some ideas to help tweens and teens rediscover the pleasure of reading: n Have them write. Teens can submit book reviews to sites such as www. YABooksCentral.com. This is a great way to combine reading, writing and critical thinking skills. Or, encourage them to write fan fiction, putting their own spin on a favorite book or genre, either as a written story or a video script version of a book. n Let them check out graphic novels. These aren’t the comic books you might have grown up with. There are some highquality titles available that deal with a wide range of subjects that will appeal to girls and boys and can be a great way to engage reluctant readers. n Look for book-to-film novels. If teens have seen the movie, they might be willing to read the book. If you read it too, then you can talk about the differences between the two versions such as what worked, what didn’t, why the filmmakers might have made certain changes, etc. n Find different reading materials. Magazines, newspapers, short stories and online articles can also help build a teen’s reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. If your teen has a particular interest, such as cars or sports, consider get-

ting them a magazine subscription. n Suggest a book club. Check your local library or bookstore to see if they have teen reading clubs. If not, encourage your teen to start one. They will be able to read what their friends are reading and can then have fun talking about it. Choosing Books There are a lot of middle grade and young adult books available. So many, in fact, it can be over-

whelming. Here are a few ways you and your teen can find something they will enjoy reading: n Start at the library. Librarians often showcase new and popular books in displays in the youth reading sections. Let your tween or teen explore the options and read a chapter or two to see what piques their interest. (If they find a series they like, consider buying the rest of the books for them.) There might be suggested teen reading lists on the library website, as well.

To place your ad • Call 770-253-1576 • Fax 770-253-2538 • Email classifieds@newnan.com • Log on to times-herald.com

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Summer Reading Lists In addition to reading lists put together by your local libraries, you can find several good book lists online. n Reading Rockets (www.ReadingRockets.org) provides book lists by theme, so if you want to find books about art, monsters, animals or science, you are covered. The website also provides book lists for parents of children with disabilities. n Reading is Fundamental (www.RIF.org) provides book lists divided by age group, as well as a multicultural book list. n The Children’s Book Council (www.CBCBooks.org) offers lists for social studies and science books, books hot off the presses, and the Children’s Choices lists of books chosen by teams of children from across the country.

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Owner / Ops Wanted

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1-800-991-6227

MARKETPLACE

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Now hiring Regional OTR team. Top pay, plenty of miles, great home time. Family medical / dental, 401k, paid vacations.

Church Furniture

Does your church need pews, pulpit set, baptistery, steeple, windows? Big sale on new cushioned pews and pew chairs.

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Insurance

Mattress Set New Queen Pillow top $150

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Life Agents

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Schools/Instruction

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From Home

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Blower

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Book Shelf

A 6 ft. x 28 in. white, all wood book shelf. $20

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CB Radio

Cobra CB Radio, Model 23 Plus, purchased in 2003 for motorhome, sold in 2004 and not used since. $35

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Miscellaneous For Sale

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Desk

A Christopher Lowell desk, traditional, beige / Bundle And cherry top, 65 in. L x 29 in. D x 31 in. W, great Save On your cable, internet, for computer, great phone and more. High- condition. Asking $199. speed internet starting 770-597-6389 at less than $20 per month. Call now.

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678-378-3510

Sofa & Loveseat

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Sofa

Beautiful, green floral sofa with 3 cushions, 90-in. long, in very good condition. $100 OBO.

Swimming Pool

Don’t put that old chair in the attic, sell it in the classifieds!

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

RENTAL PROPERTY

TO OUR READERS All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

TO OUR READERS All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

Land & Lots For Sale

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ManufacTUREd Homes For Rent

705

2 BR, 1 Bath

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