Category Archive: Reading

Reading Advice From Students

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Reading Advice From Students  “Do not force me to read. Make it fun.” “If I see you reading, then I will read.” “If our classroom picked songs that went along with books and we made book soundtracks, I would read.” “Start a kids book club and I will read.” “Give me a big choice of …

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Fiction Books I Have Read

Fiction  The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton A Simple Plan, by Scott Smith Dark of the Moon, by John Sanford Invisible Prey, by John Sanford Level 26, by Anthony E. Zuiker Promise Me, by Harlan Coben No Second Chance, by Harlan Coben Smoke Screen, by Sandra Brown Chill Factor, by Sandra Brown Cape Refuge, by Terri …

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Book Scavenger Hunt

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With a consecutive streak of Florida summer rainy days, I had to get my four kids out of the house before they went berserk. I decided to take them to BAM (Books-A-Million) and setup a scavenger hunt to keep them busy for an hour. (I have three middle schoolers and one high schooler.)  I made …

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Reading Tips from Kids

Adults, parents, and teachers…listen to these reading ideas from kids! “Do not force me to read. Make it fun.”  “If I see you reading, then I will read.”  “Give me a big choice of books and I will read.”  “Have a special snack that I can only eat during reading time.”  “If you let me …

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Youth Author Program

The Youth Author Program is for students that love writing stories, poetry, and drawing pictures, while exploring different ways to enjoy reading books. In addition, YAP will provide opportunities for students and teachers, along with increasing the book selection in classrooms. (For grades 3rd through 5th and middle school.)  YAP Events  Classrooms need a larger …

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