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Master Bookworm

Read Around the Library to Become a Master Bookworm

The Master Bookworm program runs from January 23- April 28, 2017, for all first graders.  It is designed to encourage students to read books covering 12 different genres in 12 weeks and demonstrate comprehension by passing the Accelerated Reader quiz for each book.

  • All first grade students will receive a “Read Around the Library” tracking sheet that will be kept on file in the Media Center by class.
  • “Read Around the Library” covers the following genres:  Folk Tale, Humor, Caldecott Award, Foreign Country, Mystery, Biography, Poetry, Fantasy, Chapter Book, History, Realistic Fiction, and Nonfiction Animal.
  • Students will read a book in their reading range that falls into one of the genres and then take an AR quiz.
  • Print out the TOPS report or other proof of passing the quiz (80% accuracy or higher) and have student bring it to Mrs. Cage in the Media Center.
  • For the Poetry genre, students will read a poetry book and choose one poem to memorize (minimum of eight lines).  When they are ready to recite/perform the poem, they will bring the book to Mrs. Cage so she can follow as they recite.  Please include the title and the author.
  • Students will receive a sticker to cover the genre circle on the tracking sheet.
  • When all 12 genres circles are completed, the student becomes a “Master Bookworm.” Image of Green bookworm with glasses reading a book
Master Bookworms Are Acknowledged as Follows:
Master Bookworm names are announced on CNN broadcast.
Master Bookworms are able to check out one additional book from the Media Center for the remainder of the year.
Master Bookworms are invited to do a book review (Reading Rainbow style) on the CNN broadcast to encourage others to read a particular book.
Master Bookworms have their names added to the “Master Bookworm Wall of Fame” outside the Media Center.
Master Bookworms receive a Bookworm charm for their PBIS chain.

The Media Center is open for book circulation from 7:30 a.m. to 2:10 p.m..  Students are encouraged to come as often as needed to return and check out books.

 

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Published by Sandra Cage on October 14, 2016

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