Inspirado en "Charlie y la Fábrica de Chocolate", esta medida sirve para dar una oportunidad a aquellos libros que no suelen ser alquilados por los alumnos. Estos tickets se esconden dentro de estos libros y cuando un alumno lo encuentra recibe un punto extra en su pasaporte lector o una gratificación. Afinar las reglas del ticket.
2016 Reading Challenge (For Kids!)-this is *perfect* way to get your children to read more this year! It's like a scavenger hunt and book program in one. Find the types, read them and check them off. No specific books required, so you can get everything from the library. Free printable, too!
Tickets hidden in library books- My version of the golden tickets has different colors to use in different genres. These will be hidden in library books that have not been checked out in a while. The green ones will encourage the students to try a new book too.
FREE! Set of cute little quote posters to brighten up your space! They are perfect for a classroom library or any other wall that needs some inspiration!
Want to get students engaged with reading and technology at the same time? Check out this post that has an awesome idea on engaging students and motivating them to read more books in your elementary classroom!
Organization — for some, it's easy. For others, lackluster organization leads to hours searching for items! If you fall in the latter category, consider using a zippered pouch for optimized organization. Whether traveling or heading out, a zippered wallet wristlet can store your phone, cash, credit cards, and so on. A small zippered pouch is also useful for organizing tissues, medicine, and makeup. Read on as eBay showcases the zippered pouch method to keep your things organized.