It’s the final week of the Reading Eggspedition … and it’s time to celebrate!
After two weeks of great books, excellent stories, challenging comprehension and lots of fun, we want to congratulate every student on their achievement and encourage them to continue on their reading journeys. So … with the Reading Eggspedition coming to a close and World Book Day just around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity for your students to create a
2014 Reading Resolution
Whether they are advanced readers or just starting out, love fiction or non-fiction, read lots or not much at all … creating a Reading Resolution is a great way to motivate your students to achieve their own personal goals, as well as encourage them to continue to develop their reading skills.
Let’s get started!
1. Create your Reading Resolution
A Reading Resolution can be long or short, detailed or broad, individual or class, whatever it may be … get your students to challenge themselves!
Here are a few ideas to get them started:
- To read for an hour a day
- To finish the Hunger Games series
- To try new genres
- To read 20 books
- To improve my reading-aloud skills
2. Download your printable Reading Resolution certificates
We have custom-made Reading Resolution certificates for every student which they can fill in and sign as a reminder of their 2014 Reading Resolution!
3. Feature in the 3P Learning Reading Hall of Fame!
Send through a photo of your students with their certificates to firstname.lastname@example.org for their chance to be featured in the 3P Learning Reading Hall of Fame. Also, check out the Hall of Fame to gain some reading resolution inspiration!
Get involved! What will your 2014 Reading Resolution be?