Reading Challenge Ideas - Reading Challenge for Kids and Adults - Natural Beach Living
Reading Challenge Ideas for Kids and Adults, Whether you are a reading challenge newbie or practically a professional, you'll love these Reading Challenge Ideas. A 52 Week Reading Challenge and Best Reading Challenges, Importance of Reading, Reading Challenge for Students
READ-O Literacy BINGO Game Homework
After seeing Read-O for younger students on Two Can Do It (http://twocandoit.blogspot.com/), I knew that I would have to adapt it for my middle school students. Students complete fun, at-home literacy tasks in order to achieve Read-O. Parents initial a square when their student has completed the tas...
Free Summer Reading Programs for Kids 2019! Barnes & Noble & MORE!
Check out the huge list of FREE Summer Reading Programs for Kids 2019 available this year. Barnes & Noble, Scholastic, Chuck E Cheese, T.D. Banks.
Reading Log Printable
Here's a brand new printable I made this week. After searching for a reading log to use for my post on Summer Vacation Planning - Part 1 and for my kids to use, I just couldn't find one I really liked. Feel free to use this with your kids or students. Enjoy! Click Here to Download and Print Feel free to print this for your own personal use and share it, however no permission is given to sell any printables on this site. All rights reserved.
How to Ensure You Have Reading Accountability Without Using Reading Logs — Tarheelstate Teacher
Read about two changes to my independent reading routine that made all the difference last year. Question those routine practices and you might find something you love! (reading logs, homework, status of class routine, back to school ideas for reading)
Printable Reading Charts For Kids: 20 Book Challenge, 40 Book Challenge, And 100 Book Challenge!
I like to be able to track my kid's reading, and keep records to go into their school portfolios of what we've read. I also like to reward good reading habits. I've found that in
On Going "Prizeless" - ALSC Blog
My fellow librarians, we (finally) ditched the cheap plastic Summer Reading Club prizes this year and we are NEVER GOING BACK!!! Everyone’s serving a different community and you have to decide for yourself what is right for your library and your patrons. But make sure you’re thinking about the program that you’re offering and you know why you’re running it the way you’re running it. Summer Reading Club is HARD to plan and can get overwhelming. It’s easy to take what you’ve done in previous…