printable Book Bucks. no idea how I'd use them but I'll pin it.

You can use these printable book bucks as an incentive. Give each student 1 book buck for each book they read then they can spend it in the classroom store.

Looking for how to start book clubs in your first or second grade classroom? These activities and lessons will get your students ready to engage in book talks and let them independently discuss what they are reading! Tons of fun ideas to implement over on

Book Clubs in First Grade

Looking for how to start book clubs in your first or second grade classroom? These activities and lessons will get your students ready to engage in book talks and let them independently discuss what they are reading! Tons of fun ideas to implement over on

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! A great way to introduce students to multiple books in a single setting and then they have input into which book they are to read for class.

Battle of the Funny Books: Using a simple bracket you can have a battle of the books program for a summer reading or winter reading club!

Battle of the Funny Books: Using a simple bracket you can have a battle of the books program for a summer reading or winter reading club! Let's do this through 2014 with different genre linked to book week theme.

Tips for getting the most out of Scholastic Reading Club and earning bonus points!

Scholastic Reading Club: Tips & Tricks

Classroom Libraries shouldn't have to be expensive. Scholastic Reading Club offers inexpensive way to promote reading at home and stock your classroom library!

Grab this free parent letter to kick off Scholastic Reading Clubs in your classroom!

Cassie Dahl: Teaching and Technology

Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school!

Icebreakers that Rock

Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don’t really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually goo

Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books for your classroom library, helping you choose read alouds, and by giving you a place to start when building excitement around new titles, authors, series, and genres.

Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books fo

How to Start a Book Club for Elementary or Grade School Children - This description refers to an after-school book club organized by parents

How to Start a Book Club for Elementary Students

How to Start a Book Club for Elementary or Grade School Children - This description refers to an after-school book club organized by parents - Good how to tips to encourage patrons to start their own clubs

Earn FREE books with Scholastic Reading Club. Find the free reminder flyer on sparklinginsecondgrade.com

Scholastic Book Clubs

Earn FREE books with Scholastic Reading Club. Find the free reminder flyer on sparklinginsecondgrade.com

Reading for comprehension. Speak to your kids after they read with you.

These would be good to go through as a class after group read aloud. Them the kids could even use it as a writing prompt! I like that it practices comprehension as well.

A book club is a great way to encourage your kids to read! This is a great…

How to Start a Kid's Book Club {Free Printable Guide

A book club is a great way to encourage your kids to read! This is a great guide for setting one up and includes a printable planner complete with discussion questions and worksheets!

GUIDED READING GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR COMPREHENSION - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension

Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

Clutter-Free Classroom: Tips for Managing Book Buddies: Book Clubs and Reading Partnerships in the Classroom {printables, Literature Circles, Text-Based Discussion}Common Core Reading}

Clutter-Free Classroom: Tips for Managing Book Buddies: Book Clubs and Reading Partnerships in the Classroom {printables, Literature Circles, Text-Based Discussion}Common Core Reading}

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