The most fun you've ever had introducing Literature Circles! Check out this blog post for details!

The most fun you've ever had introducing Literature Circles! Check out this blog post for details!

Book Tasting Menu - book tasting idea for the library to have students broaden what they read

Book Tasting Menu - book tasting idea for the library to have students broaden what they read

Have you ever hosted a "Book Tasting" in your classroom? It's like speed dating--with books! Everything you need is included in this free download.

Have you ever hosted a "Book Tasting" in your classroom? It's like speed dating--with books! Everything you need is included in this free download.

Instructional Video Post: How to Host a Book Tasting Event in a Classroom or Library #strugglingreaders

Instructional Video Post: How to Host a Book Tasting Event in a Classroom or Library #strugglingreaders

Where the Magic Happens: How to Throw a Book Tasting For 2nd Graders. Reading motivation for all readers. Free printables, tips, and ideas.

How to Throw a Book Tasting For 2nd Graders

Where the Magic Happens: How to Throw a Book Tasting For 2nd Graders. Reading motivation for all readers. Free printables, tips, and ideas.

Everything you need to know to host a fabulous Book Tasting! Step by step directions, tips and a FREEBIE!

Everything you need to know to host a fabulous Book Tasting! Step by step directions, tips and a FREEBIE!

BOOK -TASTING and TEXT-TASTING:  To run book-tasting or text-tasting events, you’ll need several books, short stories or articles and menu covers with task sheet inserts. Students 1) hunt for author’s craft techniques 2) get exposure to multi-genre texts, and 3) discuss why they think authors use specific formats to deliver information. Secure multiple pages with rubber bands to create handy reference booklets that students will use throughout the year. #strugglingreaders (available at TpT)

Book Tasting: A Scavenger Hunt Smorgasbord

BOOK -TASTING and TEXT-TASTING: To run book-tasting or text-tasting events, you’ll need several books, short stories or articles and menu covers with task sheet inserts. Students 1) hunt for author’s craft techniques 2) get exposure to multi-genre texts, and 3) discuss why they think authors use specific formats to deliver information. Secure multiple pages with rubber bands to create handy reference booklets that students will use throughout the year. #strugglingreaders (available at TpT)

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