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Have your young students keep book club binders to track their learning in their small groups!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Lunch Time Book Club Program in the Library or Classroom

Lunch Time Book Club Program in the Library or Classroom - Everything you need to start and manage an elementary student book club during lunchtime (30-40 minutes). Includes book suggestions, discussion questions to keep the conversation going, printable management materials, parent communication, and more! $

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Free Checklist: How to Start a Book Club for Kids

Have you ever thought of starting a book club for your children? If so, World for Learning has an excellent list of suggestions! To make things even easie


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!

from Teacher Trap

Book Clubs Made Easy!

Book Clubs are such a great way to build reading comprehension. Read about the why and how of launching Book Clubs in your own classroom!


How to run book clubs in first grade! Tips and resources


Scholastic Reading Club: Tips & Tricks

Scholastic Reading Club: Tips & Tricks for getting the most bonus points and building a classroom library (The Brown Bag Teacher)

from Cassie Dahl: Teaching & Technology

Maximizing Scholastic Reading Club Orders

Grab this free parent letter to kick off Scholastic Reading Clubs in your classroom!

roll and retell.pdf - Google Drive. We could roll the dice for book club discussions!

from The Measured Mom

18 free picture sorts for beginning sounds

18 beginning sound picture sorts