Library bulletin board "the s'more you read, the s'more you know" Cause my poor turkey never got any feathers or even the "It's all good" from the October Pete board taken down. And no one wrote any favorite titles on the leaves on the "Fall into Reading" board. EEK!
No Prep Reading Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2: Packed with phonics and fluency activities, ideas, resources, printables, and word lists for small groups, RTI, one on one intervention and instruction, and literacy groups. Great for teachers, volunteers
This is a story tower where children illustrate the title on one card, the setting, author's purpose, beginning, middle, end! They write sentences or a paragraph on the back. Then they build it. This can be a group activity, where each child does one card to build a group story tower or each child can make their own.(Pic only/See explanation above)
Adapt as a Summer Reading Game -- each genre is a "monopoly" -- ie: Purple Spaces = Graphic Novel; Light blue = Manga. Kids have to get at least one monopoly (they write in title/author under the genre space) to turn in sheet. Prizes awarded based on number of monopolies acquired. Pin from: DCG Middle School Library: New Displays:
The 2016 Reading Adventure for Middle Schoolers - FREE Printable To take advantage of this new year, Susan and I want you and your middle school students to join us on a great reading adventure. Every month, let your tween/teen choose one of the 12 different types of books, then work together find an appropriate title for them to read. Every month we'll be sharing our book selections and our subscribers will get cool tools to go along with the reading challenge.