Thursday, July 3, 2014

Wild Selections

Ready for some Wild Reading?

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Here's some wild selections!

I think I would like to try the 40 book challenge this year (put into that third section of their notebooks with the trackers and refection). I might guide their independent reading selections with some genre requirements, but it will definitely be to choose what you would like.

Has anyone else do the 40 book challenge with their class? How did go? Any suggestions?

Smiles and Sunshine,

PS. I've just recently noticed some trouble with Yahoo! disappearing the blogger comments I get emailed to me.  If you've commented on my last few posts and I haven't replied (and you're not a no-reply blogger), I'm sorry! Yahoo! thinks I don't need to see your comments-which is unfortunate to them! I happen to think that all your comments are important. I've switched over to gmail, so hopefully this won't happen again!

1 comment:

  1. I am using the 40 book challenge to give my students a goal for daily 3 time. I am planning on reading and posting 40 reviews of children's literature on my blog. I am familiar with a lot of younger materials but have not read a lot of the books that are targeted for my grade level.

    Think, Wonder, & Teach


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