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)
Elementary School Reading Fair Projects that Rock
Pictures and descriptions of elementary school reading fair projects. A great collection for getting ideas for reading fair project boards.
One of my absolute favorite days from this school year was our Poetry Cafe. We completed a poetry unit in March this year. Yes, I know it'...
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.
Host a Classroom Book Tasting! - Teaching with a Mountain View
A book tasting is a great way to engage students in their reading and encourage learners to experience novels/books in a new genre. Check out how to easily host this event in your fourth or fifth grade language arts classroom. #languagearts #booktasting #literacy #fourthgrade #fifthgrade
Host a Book Tasting in Your Classroom!
January is rolling along and my kids (both my school and actual kids) are finally readjusted to our routine after winter break. While in real life, I find January-March the three most difficult months to
Let's Host a Book Swap
My girls and I worked hard this past week to throw a Book Swap party! We wanted to share some of our favorite books and get some "new" ones. I wrote all about it over at Adventures in Literacy Land! I created some Book Swap materials so that you can host your own at home or at school! If you hop over to Literacy Land soon, you may be able to grab a pack for free!