What is Scholastic’s Read 100,000?
A school-wide reading challenge
Students log on to the Read 100,000 website and sign up to record the amount of time they’re reading
The link can be posted on the school website and/or Library website
Students are anonymous – all they need to enter is their first name and the teacher’s email address to register
Teachers will grant permission – only 1 email sent daily!!! Teacher selects the school & kids can start logging minutes within the week
Why should we?
Developed to recognize your readers & strengthen reading skills
Challenge encourages all kids to read
Tracking progress online is an easy way to see reading minutes add up
Increases parent awareness of reading
Enhance relationships within school community
Reading Challenge timeline ends the last day of CSAP – thus promoting reading to prep for CSAP!
Students are encouraged to continuously read to reach or exceed class or grade level goal
Students/class rewarded on Thursday before Spring Break following CSAP
Compete either between the three grade levels, or between individual advisories
Needs a COOL incentive for the kids!!
Do we like this? Move ahead with it?
Need complete buy-in – teachers willing to participate in the incentive if necessary
Do we have students sign up by advisory and compete against other advisory classes?
Do we compete as grade levels?
How do we get them motivated to compete?
What kind of incentives can we offer?
How do we get the kids motivated?
Post reading goal in the cafeteria and track progress weekly
Announce every Monday the top advisory classes or the top grade level
Post updates on the school website
Advertise on the school marquee
Teacher(s) dress up as something the class elects
Pie in the Eye contest – pie the teacher, admin or myself
Donut eating contest
Spritzer dress up as a CU Buffalo?
Let the kids vote on something?
Assembly for winning grade level
Pizza party for winning advisory
Winners get to duct tape admin, teacher or myself to the flag pole
PJs for the day
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