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Bingo Reading Activity at Children's books and Reading. This is SUCH a fun and engaging way to encourage kids to read. Whether you've got an avid or reluctant reader, this is sure to generate excitement!

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reading log, cute idea, have students do twice a year (once a semester) parents sign off once they are done with that box, when they get their first "bingo" pick a prize, when they get a "blackout" do something else special.

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from Penguin Random House Canada

2016 Reading Bingo Challenge

What are you reading in 2016? We challenge you to read ‘outside the box’ and explore different genres, characters, settings and stories. Reading Bingo is back, and we want you to venture outside your reading comfort zone to try something new! You can approach the Reading Bingo card however you like: beginners, start by getting one line; if you’re more advanced, try the whole outside box on the card; experts, we want to see the entire card full! Write in the titles of the books as you go to…

Make something like this for the classroom to use in conjunction with Accelerated Reader. This will help students read a variety of genre's throughout the year. Record AR scores next to the title of the book they read. Receive incentive after each nine weeks if student gets a Bingo...bigger incentive if they get a "black out" by the end of the year. Store in portfolio.

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