30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program

30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
30 Book Reading Challenge Incentive Program
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Want your students to read 30 books independently this year?
Here is an amazing incentive program that will be sure to grab your students’ attention and get them excited about reading. We have turned the 30 book challenge into a game with frequent rewards and best of all, they don’t have to cost you a thing!
We think this product is perfect for 3rd Graders!...
Our idea is 30 books for 3rd Grade, 40 Books for 4th Grade and 50 Books for 5th Graders! All products are available at our store!
What’s Included?
-Game Board (Lap book Style)
-Game board Rules
-Step by Step Directions
-Game Tickets
-Bonus Books Section... because students will read MORE THAN 30 BOOKS! This provides them with a broad range of genres and different authors to explore
-Teacher’s Choice Reward Tickets
-Slow but Steady Reward Ticket Program... so students don't lose motivation
-Ideas for Teacher’s Choice Rewards
-20 Reward Coupons
-6 Games on a Menu
-Game Rules and Materials
-Bulletin Board Materials
-41 Graphic Organizers
-Reading Log-in Sheet

The Goal:
Students will read 30 books independently over the year.
How You Ask?
We have found that the best way to have students read 30 books independently is to have them read
1 Nonfiction Book, 1 Traditional Literature Book, and 1 Free Choice Chapter Book each month. If you do something different in your class, don’t worry! We have included a second game board that you can customize however you would like!

Here's How the 30 Book Reading Challenge Works…
-Print and assemble Lap Book Game Board
-Have students customize their book and add updates often
-Students choose their 3 books for the month (at their level) and write the titles on their game board squares.
-Customize the “Golden Packet” with the suggested reading completion schedule filled out on the cover.
-As students read, they complete the matching graphic organizer for their book.
-The “Golden Packet” is their proof to you that they have completed their book.
-As students finish a book, they color in the small game board square according to the key. They also need to make sure that they complete the graphic organizer before moving on to the next book.
-We collect the entire “Golden Packet” at the end of the month with check-ins on the Suggested Reading Completion Schedule. You can choose whichever way works best for you.
-If students complete their books on time, they earn a “Game Ticket.” This allows them to compete in a fun game against another student for a chance to win a “Reward Coupon” of their choice (or your choice). All games have directions and materials included in this product.
-If students do not complete their books on time, they still have a chance to win a prize! They can complete their “Golden Packet” at a later time and earn a “Slow but Steady Still Wins the Race” raffle ticket that they can turn in for a chance to win a prize!
-Another way to motivate students is the Bulletin Board that is included! They will get to fill out book and add it to their bookshelf that is displayed in the classroom. This is an easy bulletin board that students are in charge of and best of all, it stays up all year and looks great!

Also Included is
The Graphic Organizers cover the following topics:
For Fictional Literature Standards:
-Character Traits
-Character Motivation
-Protagonist/ Antagonist
-Character Change
-Major/Minor & Static/Dynamic Characters
-Character Analysis
-1st/3rd Person Point of View
-4 Generic Fictional Literature Graphic Organizers
Traditional Literature Graphic Organizers
-Trickster Tales
-Fairy Tales
-Tall Tales
-Greek Mythology Allusions
-2 Generic Traditional Literature Graphic Organizers that help students recognize each Traditional Literature's elements
Nonfiction Graphic Organizers
-Main Idea
-Cause and Effect
-Academic Language
-Nonfiction Genre
-Text Structure
-Nonfiction Text Features
-Firsthand/ Secondhand Account
-Author’s Reasons and Evidence
-Integrating Information from Two Texts

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Enjoy! -The Rigorous Owl
Total Pages
105 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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