AR - Accelerated Reader Level and Goal Bookmarks Our librarian was the inspiration for these bookmarks.  She noticed that students forgot their levels and goals while at the library choosing new books.  These handy bookmarks travel easily to the library or computer lab.

Accelerated Reader Level and Goal Bookmarks for the Year

AR - Accelerated Reader Level and Goal Bookmarks Our librarian was the inspiration for these bookmarks. She noticed that students forgot their levels and goals while at the library choosing new books. These handy bookmarks travel easily to the library o

I love this! Maybe when students hand in reading logs at the end of each week, they can get a raffle ticket. Winners will be drawn monthly.

Reading Raffle Tickets - Reading Incentive

Reading Raffle Tickets: I love this! Maybe when students hand in reading logs at the end of each week, they can get a raffle ticket. Winners will be drawn monthly.

Reading Incentive: We're Reading to Build a Snowman Bulletin Board @Jayme Blackstone

Reading Incentive: We're Reading to Build a Snowman Bulletin Board. As students read books, they add a slip of paper to the snowman. When all the pink paper gets covered, class earns a treat. Could adapt this for returning books on time?

Printable Bookmark Punchcards! Such a great way to help motivate your kids to read nightly, with a reward at the end of the month! From www.overthebigmoon.com!

These FREE Printable Punchcard Bookmarks are a great way to help motivate your kids to do their daily required reading! Each bookmark lasts approx 1 month!

Accelerated Reader Student Tracking Sheet

Accelerated Reader Student Tracking Sheet

The page is designed for the students to keep track of each time they take an AR test. Students color in a square every time they pass an AR test and watch their progress grow.

Ten Great Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension

Help! My Child Keeps Failing AR Tests!

Here are tips for parents and teachers to help kids do better on Accelerated Reader Tests and general reading comprehension.

Starting Up and Organizing Accelerated Reader Printables *

Our school is required to use Accelerated Reader. In order to make this mandatory program fun, I decided to throw away reading logs, and use AR point goals instead.

Each student receives a strip for every 15 minutes of sustained, silent, focused, independent reading

Reading chains: Every time a student finishes a book, they can write their name, title and author of the book on a strip and attach it to their class chain. Perhaps the class with the longest chain at the end of the year could get some type of reward.

I think these would be great for finishing a certain AR level or designated book!

I think these would be great for finishing a certain level or designated book or for completing a board for the literacy fair.

"Library Lego Checkout Club" - such a cool idea! Everytime a child checks out books, they get to add 3 legos to a tower in the children's room. --> might be a great addition to summer reading

Makerspaces: "Library Lego Checkout Club" - such a cool idea! Everytime a child checks out books, they get to add 3 legos to a tower in the children's room. --> What a fun idea for kids to visualize the number of books they check out!

I started something new in my classroom! When students finish a book and get 100% on their AR test, they get to come pick a “book worm”! They absolutely love it and it has been a good helper to up our reading stamina! 👏🏻📚 #welovetoreadinsecondgrade #gummywormsforthewin #iteachtoo #secondgraderocks #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram

When students finish a book and get on their AR test, they get to come pick a “book worm”! They absolutely love it and it has been a good helper to up our reading stamina!

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