Step-by-step directions on starting book clubs in the classroom
Grade Reading, 2Nd Grade Book Club, Reading Ideas, Clubs Running, Teaching Ideas, Book Clubs, Classroom Ideas, Language Arts
Did you know that kids can lose up to 2 reading levels over the summer? What do you do??? You make reading fun, that's what you do! Book clubs are a fun way to get those kiddos reading. This packet is all you need to get successful book clubs running in your classroom or in the neighborhood! $5.99
Book clubs are a fun way to get those kiddos reading. This packet is all you need to get successful book clubs running in your classroom or in the neighborhood!
Book Clubs Made Easy from Rockin Teacher Materials on TeachersNotebook.com - (12 pages)
This packet is all you need to get successful book clubs running in your classroom! $$
Rockin' Teacher Materials: 6 Weeks In - Independent 2nd Grade Book Clubs Running!
Independent 2nd Grade Book Clubs
2nd grade book clubs
6 Weeks In - Independent 2nd Grade Book Clubs Running!
I received an exciting thing in the mail this week -- a Easi-Speak Recordable Microphone from Learning Resources. I won it during Jenn from Finally in First's giveaway week. This thing is amazing. It is about the size of my hand and has so many uses. I was amazed to find out all that it can do. I started doing book clubs this week. About this time of year, I get so tired of doing reading groups and so do the kids. This is a great way for my kiddos to keep on reading but in a different way. I've been using Hilary's Book Clubs packet. I absolutely love the layout of this. It keeps the kids interested and really thinking. My kids are so excited to be reading their books. We are reading The Chocolate Touch, Magic Tree House: Vacation Under a Volcano, and Ramona Quimby, Age 8. Well, needless to say, my struggling readers cannot read these books and I racked my brain trying to find a way to include them in a group. The Easi-Speak Microphone saved the day. I read the chapters into the microphone, recording each one separately. All I had to do after that is plug the microphone into the USB port on my computer. I imported the recordings into iTunes and they are all ready to go. After their book club meets and decides on what to read for the next time, I let my struggling readers listen to the chapters on the computer as they follow along in their book. They really loved being included and being able to read a chapter book. Have you tried out the Easi-Speak Microphone? What do you use it for?