Last week I wrote about our Mathapalooza that our class had. It was incredible, but I was more excited about this week’s Read-a-thon!
I first got this idea from Head Over Heels Teaching. She held a Read-a-thon after school for 4 hours with her students. We held ours all day during school. Ours was also a little different because I broke up the day with some reading related activities.
Here’s a sneak peek of some things we did.
1. Guest Reader
2. Ate Book Worms
3. Reading Freeze Tag
This is just a tidbit of our day! Head over to my blog to get a full description of ALL our activities plus advice for holding your own Read-a-thon!
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