Over the years, I’ve tried all sorts of things to organize and keep track of my students Accelerated Reader (AR) reading points.
This pennant banner has been the most effective because it gives my students more ownership of the process AND it’s visually attractive in the classroom.
This set holds different pennants that count by:
Each set goes up to 1,000.
It also contains instructions for set-up and extra suggestions for how to display the Accelerated Reader (AR) Banner in your classroom--whether by wall or on a bulletin board.
There is also an editable title page for you to type your grade level, teacher name, or a quote as “landing” pennants for students to place their clip/clothespin until they earn their initial accelerated reader (AR) reading points.
These beginning pennants also make this resource easy for displaying as a bulletin board.
I hope you and your students have as much fun with these pennants as my students and I have had with it. Once they are up in your room, they are so easy to manage and maintain for tracking your students’ reading success!
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Keywords: accelerated reader, AR, A.R., accelerated reader points, reading banner, reading chart, reading goal, accelerated reader pennants