Summer Reading BINGO

Getting kids to read over the summer is hard. The last two years, we have sent all kids in our building home with 6 "just right" books to read over the summer. We do this in the hopes that all of them will read over the summer because we know that not every student has books at home or a way to get to the library.

No matter how hard I plead with parents and my kids to read, it never seems to work. As they begin the final countdown to Summer Break, I remind them how important reading is and try to hook them up with authors they might like. Plus making sure they all have a library card.

A couple of years ago, I came up with BINGO Summer Reading game to take them through different genre and places they could read over the summer. The ones that do come back get a prize and its added to our PTA sponsored drawing; for student's who did read over the summer.

How do you encourage students to read over the long break? I'd live to hear about your ideas!



Summer Reading Bingo

3 comments:

  1. I like the Bingo idea:) Thanks for sharing! Hope your last few days before summer break go well!

    We are ALL Special!

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  2. Really you have done great job,There are may person searching about that now they will find enough resources by your post.I like this blog..

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