A Book A Day (6-9 years)

Posted by My Chapter One on 23.03.2022

Summer vacations are around the corner and so are the parent’s fear of children being hooked on television sets and watching endless content. The media houses are gearing up to shower and lure kids with the best possible series and programs on air.  While summer vacation is the time for fun, relaxation and enjoyment, it’s also the time where children can lose 2 months of language skills. My Chapter One’s A book a day summer camp where children will Binge Read and explore the world through books! 

My Chapter One’s A Book a day Summer camp where children will be reading 40 books with different weekly themes in 2 months - Fairy tales Reimagined, stories of invention, folktales, cultures, and many others. The books will be spread across all genres and topics like math, science, exploration, fairy tales, folk tales et all. 

This is the perfect camp for children who are reluctant readers and also for those who love books. The program will be a collaborative one where we will have children from all age groups to ensure peer group learning.

A BOOK A DAY - Binge Read this Summer

What you do:

  • Children read 40 books 
  • Improve comprehension skills
  • Improve Reading fluency
  • Learn new vocabulary
  • Guided by trained Reading hosts
  • Peer group learning

Different themes each week:

  • Fairy tales reimagined: This program is a twist on classic fairy tales. We’ve always read fairy tales as they were presented to us. But have we ever thought what would have happened if Cinderella wore sneakers instead of glass slippers? Why didn't Rapunzel chop her hair herself and use it to slide down the tower? Things would have been different, right? Enroll your child for the camp to give him/her a reason to think and reason it out. 
  • Stories of Inventions The next time your child has a bruised knee or comes home with a boo boo on their elbow and asks for a band aid, they will know about how band aids were invented. Not just this, this session is full of mind blowing facts around the yummy popsicle and how it's made, the fuzzy cotton candies that they eat and many more interesting stories around things! 
  • Storytelling Math : Math usually is the most common subject which is capable  of scaring many kids away. Maybe because it’s perceived as being a tough topic or the fact that there has always been a hype around it.  Storytelling math week by My Chapter One will be around books with maths weaved into the stories, helping kids to find the joy of maths in the world around them. How a simple trip to the grocery store or a bookstore has math in it. How a birthday toffee distribution in school can teach us about math in a fun way! They will also be reading an inspiring story of a little boy who is struggling with his math class - something many children would be 
  • Celebrations Around the World Around the World in 80 days? Naaah. Around the world in just 7 days! Yeahhh! Learn about different cultures not just in your country but from around the world. The whys and hows about all cultures across different countries. 

These and many more such exciting themes every week! 

What you get:    

  • Hard copy of 4 books
  • Fun weekend tasks to do as a family.
  • Scrapbook/Learner’s encyclopedia as a keepsake!
  • Access to unlimited reading on a digital library

It’s time to shift their focus from television to books for a more enriching summer. So, this summer let your child BINGE READ instead of binge watch! 

For more details, fill in the enquiry form and we'll get in touch with you.

Start date - April 4

A book a day

About My Chapter One

My Chapter One helps children dive into the world of books and fall in love with reading. It maneuvers kids away from digital entertainment and towards wholesome real-time fun, through reading sessions and activities devoted to iconic books. My Chapter One handpicks reading instructors who guide children towards becoming independent readers, and subsequently, more imaginative, empathetic, and academically-inclined individuals. All in all, our company’s goal is to create a world of little readers, bright-eyed at the prospect of a new book.

To register your child in a My Chapter One program or to register as a Reading Host, please get in touch at
+91 78714 75555 or email us at info@mychapterone.com

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