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Reading Bingo

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Shonda Brisco
Take home reading activities (Reado). Made something like this for middle school will have to remake for Maybe instead of reading logs parents just initial. Reading Bingo, First Grade Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Homework, Homework Ideas, Homework Bingo, Reading Practice

Two Can Do It

The Official Blog for ReadingResource.net! We know, different name but it is a small tribute to the school where we first met whose mascot was the toucan! It was there as “toucans” we learned the value of collaboration and teamwork between SLPs and teachers.

doubledaybooks: Don’t know where to start with your reading resolutions for Why not take to your Reading Bingo card? (via Reading Bingo Challenge Library Games, Library Activities, Library Lessons, Library Books, Teen Library, Library Ideas, Reading Activities, Reading Bingo, Reading Goals

Challenge yourself with Reading Bingo 2014 (pictures)

Is “reading more books” on a list of your New Year resolutions? Retreat by Random House have prepared the 2014 edition of…

Video Chat guest reader 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! Reading Bingo, Reading Groups, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Free Reading, Bingo Books, Homework Bingo, Reading Homework

Bingo Reading Activity

Help encourage your child to read more with this fun bingo reading activity.

Family Night-Bingo for Books - What a great idea for family literacy night! Maybe a whole school idea? Maybe kids could read a selection from a book they're reading. Elementary Library, Elementary Schools, Library Lessons, Library Ideas, Library Week, Teen Library, Library Inspiration, Library Design, Library Activities

Bingo for Books • Christi Fultz

Tuesday was our annual Bingo for Books event. I posted about it on my Facebook page and had several questions about it, so I wanted to elaborate here. It’s surprisingly simple and so much fun. At our school, Bingo for Books started as a fourth grade event, then it moved to third grade, and is […]

Genres Bingo This is a fun, motivating activity that can be used in conjunction with Accelerated Reader or with any other program in your classroom. Literary g. Reading Genres, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Ar Reading, Reading Bingo, Reading Logs, Learning

Genres Bingo

This is a fun, motivating activity that can be used in conjunction with Accelerated Reader or with any other program in your classroom. Literary genres become easy for the students to recognize. The title of the book read and the AR score can be recorded in each box. If AR is not used in your cla...

GENRE BINGO, could be used of weekly/monthly Reading Log. Students cross off a box after reading a book with the goal of getting 5 boxes in a row, column or diagnoally across. Helps encourage readers to branch out in their selections. Library Lesson Plans, Library Skills, Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Library Ideas, Genre Lessons, Library Organization, Map Skills, Reading Bingo

How to Teach Genres in Elementary School (The Benefits of and Strategies for Getting Kids to Read Different Genres) | Clutter-Free Classroom | by Jodi Durgin

As a teacher you want your students to read and experience a wide variety of literary genres, but often it is hard to get them interested in straying from their usual book choices. This blog post will explain the benefits of reading different genres and share ideas for lessons and activities to help teachers inspire ... Read more

This Freebie Library Bingo game is for a variety of ages from grade 1 to grade 9 to encourage reading of different genres. The Artsy French Teacher School Library Lessons, Library Lesson Plans, Middle School Libraries, Elementary School Library, Library Skills, Library Games, Library Activities, Library Books, Library Ideas

Library Bingo

This grade 1 to grade 9 Library Bingo Resource is intended to motivate children to read a variety of genres. Included are 3 versions of Library Bingo with grades 1 to 3, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9. This resource may be used by the school librarian or by the classroom teacher. ******************************...

Motivation to Read Reading Bingo. Give each student a Reading Bingo sheet. In order to mark off a square, they must read a book that falls into that specific category. Make a prize available to whoever gets to bingo first Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Reading Bingo, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Free Reading

Laura Candler’s Free Literacy Printables

Enjoy this collection of engaging literacy printables that help make teaching reading easy! Character Read N Roll Paper Chain Connections Hot Spots for Reading Literary Mood Ring Literary Mood List Home Reading Log More Literacy Printables Paper Chain Connections Paper Chain Reading Responses Hot Spots for Reading Book Review Blurb Pattern Literary Mood Ring Graphic Organizer … Continue reading "Laura Candler’s Free Literacy Printables"

Reading Bingo for kids. This could be revamped to do Genre bingo with older kids.good for subbing! Reading Bingo, Reading Club, 3rd Grade Reading, Reading Groups, Reading Logs, Library Activities, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Library Games

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Neat Idea Here: Fun way to keep reading interesting: Monthly Reading Log Bingo Reading Logs, Reading Groups, Reading Workshop, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Comprehension, 3rd Grade Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading

Monthly Reading Log Bingo

This is a bingo game will help motivate your students to read at home by giving them choices of how to read. Each month is a different board with different choices for the week!

printable page of 100 reading resolutions (different genres, locations, modalities, etc.) -- great ideas to nudge young readers out of their usual section of the library! Free Reading, Reading Lists, Book Lists, Reading Bingo, Book Challenge, Reading Challenge, Good Books, Books To Read, Independent Reading

Time for a Reading Resolution

Check out Scholastic's Time for a Reading Resolution printables and worksheets for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math, and science.

YA Reading Bingo Challenge Students set a goal to complete a Bingo "line" - once they take their SRC Quiz, a student signs the box. class with bingo gets cupcakes? Reading Bingo, Teaching Reading, Reading Time, Kids Reading, Teen Programs, Library Programs, Book Challenge, Reading Challenge, Up Book

Challenge yourself with Reading Bingo 2014 (pictures)

Is “reading more books” on a list of your New Year resolutions? Retreat by Random House have prepared the 2014 edition of…

Fun Summer Reading Bingo Card + Printable to keep your kids reading this summer! Reading Bingo, Reading Tips, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Homework, Close Reading, Guided Reading, Summer Slide

15 Awesome End of the Year Activities - Playdough To Plato

These 15 end of the year activities are sure to kick off summer break in style. The roundup of our favorite games, gifts and activities from across the web will make the end of the year extra special for kids. Get ready for some serious fun! Snag your set and then hop over and request your invite to our […]

Great ideas to use for a reading bingo card. These will work for adapting our summer reading bingo sheet- Library Activities, Reading Activities, Book Challenge, Reading Challenge, Challenge Accepted, Reading Bingo, Reading Incentives, Summer Reading Program, Timeline

Book Patrol: A Haven for Book Culture

Book Patrol is a place where you can share in Michael Lieberman's passion for the printed word, the history of the book as an object and as a cultural artifact.