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!

Where the Magic Happens: How to Throw a Book Tasting For 2nd Graders. Reading motivation for all readers. Free printables, tips, and ideas.

How to Throw a Book Tasting For 2nd Graders

Where the Magic Happens: How to Throw a Book Tasting For Graders. Reading motivation for all readers. Free printables, tips, and ideas.

7 Ways to Get Kids to Read More Using Positive Reinforcement

7 Ways to Get Kids to Read More Using Positive Reinforcement

The Tower of Books Challenge makes a fun and engaging summer reading plan! Encourages a wide range of reading and incorporates motivating tracking methods, in both 2-D (shown) and 3-D options. Lots of reading lists included, as well as an editable component. Gr 1-6 ($)

Reading Log Alternative: "Tower of Books" {An Independent Reading Challenge}

The Tower of Books Challenge makes a fun and engaging summer reading plan! Encourages a wide range of reading and incorporates motivating tracking methods, in both (shown) and options. Lots of reading lists included, as well as an editable component.

Reading Motivation ideas (book raffle and author spotlight) from 4th Grade Frolics

Reading Motivation (4th Grade Frolics)

Reading Motivation ideas (book raffle and author spotlight) from Grade Frolics. Could use the raffle ticket idea for behavior management also. Students earn or lose raffle tickets.

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.

March is National Reading Month—how will you encourage your students to meet their reading goals?

28 Reading Incentives That Really Work

28 Ideas for Reading Incentives - Keep your students motivated to hit their weekly and monthly reading goals by offering a little motivation or reward.

Increase Fluency and Improve Comprehension by Motivating Struggling Readers - Students with Special Needs - Joy of Teaching - mrsjoyhall.com

Motivation To Read By giving students a score sheet type chart and a prize for completing a given number of books, as a class or individually, you can track how many books students read. Students are also motivated for the prize.

Spark Student Motivation: Read-a-thon. Get your students excited about reading by holding a Read-a-thon!

This is for a read-a-thon, but it could be a great way of sharing books with the class Spark Student Motivation: Read-a-thon. Get your students excited about reading by holding a Read-a-thon!

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