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Why 20 minutes of reading every day is so important. I'm going to use this at Open House for the parents and first day of school for my students. Why people can't get this through their heads is beyond me.

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Reading is THINKING Freebie to improve Comprehension ~

Classroom Freebies Too

Singapore Noodles

Singapore Noodles | Inspired Dreamer


I absolutely love the idea of taking pictures of anchor charts for students to keep in their Reader's Notebooks and reference throughout the school year.

Life in 4B...: Thoughtful Logs

Have students sign a sign that represents their commitment to the 40 book challenge! Keep it posted all year and monitor progress with maybe a scale/chart

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Level It Books. App that tells you the DRA, gre, lexlile, and guided reading level just by scanning it!

Love this idea. Reading timeline for students to keep track of the books they've read, or for books read during whole class read-aloud time!

The Inspired Classroom: Interactive Reading Notebook Post 1

Books for kids who love Diary of a Wimpy Kid

I Read! What's Your Superpower? bookmarks

23 Reasons to Read

DIY Monthly Reading Calendars

Good bulletin board idea

Great First Lines YA Book Display

Interactive library bulletin board - quotes or clues about books laminated on squares with the answer (book cover) stapled underneath. Lift the flap to check your literary knowledge. So fun!

This is a very well done rap by elementary school age students in grades 3 – 5, about the importance of reading and how our brain grows as we read. This is a great resource to encourage reading!

The importance of reading

book party


Reading strategies could be adapted as math reading strategies to show the connections!

▶ Dowell Middle School "Bookloose" - YouTube

Quick for my kids who won't write much

It's better to have your nose in a book...

books build a stairway