Program Materials

Notebooks

Pre-reader notebook

The bilingual pre-reader notebook is designed for parents and caregivers to use with their kids aged 0–5. It includes the following:

  • Activities to encourage skill-building practices—playing, talking, singing, writing and reading—to help raise a reader
  • Space to record items read or listened to, record the number of minutes read, or draw pictures
  • Fun challenges
  • An illustration to be completed with the Club’s stickers
  • A summer recap page
  • A program certificate

Download the 2022 pre-reader notebook:

English Notebook

English Notebook (Quebec)

French Notebook

French Notebook (Quebec)

School-age notebook

The bilingual school-age notebook is designed for kids aged 6–12. The 2022 version will include:

  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) challenges based on popular fairy tales
  • Space to record an individual summer reading goal, time spent reading, and items read or listened to
  • A summer bingo challenge
  • A comic-captioning activity
  • A drawing activity
  • A program certificate
  • A board game

Download the 2022 school-age notebook:

English Notebook

English Notebook (Quebec)

French Notebook

French Notebook (Quebec)

Web access sticker

The web access code is printed on a sticker that children can stick onto the inside cover of their notebook. Kids enter their web access code on the TD Summer Reading Club website (live as of June 13, 2022). Each sticker contains a unique code that lets kids and families create an online notebook, read ebooks and track their reading.

Stickers

Kids can visit their local library to receive stickers as incentives for reading. Depending on how your library runs the program, staff may ask your child a question about the book they have read and hand out one sticker per book, or, they may give you the whole sticker sheet upon registration. If you are going to be busy over the summer, you may want to ask for the whole sticker sheet.

This brochure features the recommended reads in English and French as well as information for parents and caregivers, including the importance of summer reading, how to participate, reading tips, and how to find us.