Reading chains: Every time a student finishes a book, they can write their name, title and author of the book on a strip
High School Library Decorating Ideas | butterflies fly, fly away: this sort of paper cutting project with the ...
Create 'badges' for different genres...kids can earn a badge when they read in that genre or reach a goal in that genre. Neat idea.
Little Miss Muffet Illustration by Arthur Rackham
Spark Student Motivation: Read-a-thon. Get your students excited about reading by holding a Read-a-thon!
Birds Nest in a Kiddie Pool- so creative and fun! Perfect sprigtime reading area- could even hide surprises in the eggs for those that pass AR tests.
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!
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.
What a cute idea for parents to use as an incentive for homework or in the classroom, too!
I think these would be great for finishing a certain AR level or designated book!