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"Like" Book Promotion. We give kids the bookmark and they put it in books they like to encourage others to read them.

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FaceBook Profile Book Report

Facebook book report

The Night I Followed the Dog- Great book to teach Main Idea & Supporting Details, as well as Sequencing Events! (link includes lesson plan). CUTE, CUTE BOOK!!!

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36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

Use the dust jackets from books to make an easy bunting for your library. | 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom


Runde's Room

Book Report idea

Students place a pin (in their unique color) on the map wherever the setting in a book they read is. - Cute idea! World map would work too

They picked their favorite book used a piece of cardstock folded to look like a book with a binding. They illustrated the cover, and wrote a brief summary on the back. We read some summaries on the back of some of the books in our class library and the students noticed that many of them ended in questions. We discussed how the questions left you wanting to read more to find out what happens in the book. add their photo & DONE!

Dot display--whenever kids read a book they can put the name of it on a dot and place it on a display wall-Lovely no effort display!xx c

Easy and adorable No Name board. Clip papers that don't have names on them to the board and have students go check there instead of spending your time trying to figure out who they belong to!

BULLETIN BOARD: Great First Lines in Literature -- I love doing bulletin boards to promote books. This was an "interactive" bulletin board. The first line (or lines) of the book was on the front cover - you lift the flap to see the book title and author. My favorite first line: "Countess Judith kept her husband's head in a box." (next line: At night it perched on a pillow by her side, at meals it sat on the board by her plate.") From "The Gleemaiden" by Sylvian Hamilton. (no blog…

who doesn't want to tape their principal to a wall! Lol! How cute! Would be a great incentive for students who may read a certain amount of books in the year!!

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Favorite Second Grade Read Alouds

favorite second grade books - need a new read aloud? Here's a list of great read aloud books for 2nd graders.