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Encouraging Reading

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:51 pm

Originally posted by Hufflepup

Reading Chart
This is a chart with the squares numbered in 5's or 10's, on which the children move their names, to show how many times they have read at home. They are only allowed to count times when an adult has signed in their reading record to say they have read. It worked really well to encourage reluctant readers to read more at home. For those who still do not read very often, they are allowed to count times they have been listened to in school too. The leaves either side of the chart have the children's own personal reading targets - they chose them so they are everything from 'i want to read thicker books' to 'i want to read with more expression' etc.
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Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:52 pm

Originally posted by angieburd

We have a similar system in our school (Infant). We are the Garden Unit Y2 so each class has a beanstalk and the children's pictures are moved up a leaf with every completed reading card that comes back signed by the parent It's very popular ..... a little competition works wonders!
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