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Berry Blendz and Books at Boeckman

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Students at Boeckman Middle School in Farmington head to the Media Center for lunch (and literacy) through a program called BerryBlendz and Books.

Students at Boeckman Middle School in Farmington head to the Media Center for lunch (and literacy) through a program called BerryBlendz and Books.

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  • 1. Once students get their lunches they proceed to the media center,Berry Blendz are sold through the Special Education Department.
  • 2. Students meet in groups to enjoy lunch and discuss books in interesting ways.
  • 3. Media Center Specialist Barbara Theirl leads students through activities like “Book Bag Genre”.
  • 4. Students pass a bag of books trying to avoid holding it when the time is up. They need to name authors or books to pass it on.
  • 5. Then they grab a book from the bag and try to identify the type of writing, or the genre of the book.
  • 6. Students also viewed video trailers of upcoming books that are coming to the school to increase interest in reading.
  • 7. The “Triple B” events are likely to continue due to their growing popularity at the school.