Make a Personal Reading Challenge

Want your students to read more? Goal setting is a great way to motivate new behavior. Have your students make a 2016 Reading Challenge. It can be a number of books, minutes, or pages read. They can add specific goals about what types of books or other formats they want to read.

Here’s my personal reading challenge for 2016:

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Here’s a 2016 Reading Challenge template you can print and use with your class.

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Or, use this this template without the checkboxes:

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Teachers: you can now easily track Number of Books Read, Minutes Read, and Pages Read in your Bookopolis Class Snapshot report based on the Finished Date a student enters when they add a book to My Books. Learn more here.

 

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