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Year-Long Book Banner
Reading aloud to my students was always my favorite time of the day.  Maybe I should have been a librarian so I could read to kids all day. (Just kidding, I know librarians do sooooo much more than that.) I used read aloud texts throughout the day- introducing new concepts, skills and strategies, encouraging positive behavior, reviewing skills, and just for fun!

This activity is a great way to capture memories throughout the year and turn it into a class game at the end of the year.


Book Banner ---Crockett's Classroom

I also believe that wall space is precious and it should be used wisely. So, this book banner serves several purposes.
1. It keeps a record of the many different types of texts shared with the class.  Students will see the banner grow and grow along with their reading experiences.
2. The banner pieces turn into a class game at the end of the year.  It will bring back lots of, "Oh, I remember that book!"
3. And last, but not least, it looks nice!

Books We Love!  Adorable banner to make a display of all the books you read aloud to your class.  After the book is finished, students write questions and answers on the back.  Then the cards can be used for an end-of-year activity.

Click on the image above to download the book banner and directions.


Happy Reading!




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