Are you challenging your students to read as many books as they can this year? If so, this Book Challenge Bulletin Board Set is just what you need to help your class visually track their progress toward meeting their goals.
I created this Book Challenge Bulletin Board set because I dislike using sticker charts that make it obvious who has read the most and who has read the least books in the class. This set will show how many books the class has read, but will not shine a spotlight on the number of books each individual has read. Remember, you should be celebrating any and all reading your readers accomplish!!!
Set includes -
* 40 Book Challenge - Heading Letters
* 5 Book, 10 Book, 15 Book, 20 Book, 30 Book and 40 Book - Class Headers (small and large sizes)
* Individual book tracking squares - students will fill out a tracking square with the book title, author's name, book # (towards their goal) and a rating (1-5) each time they finish a book. Tracking squares will be added to the bulletin board under the appropriate heading (5, 10, 15, 20, 30 or 40 Books).
* Five book tracking rectangles (for smaller bulletin board spaces). Students can use the tracking rectangles as a bookmark and record the titles of books as they finish. Once five books are completed, tracking rectangles are added to the bulletin board under the appropriate heading (5, 10, 15, 20, 30 or 40 Books).
See cover design for bulletin board set up example. Also, if you take part in the 40 Book Challenge with your students, click HERE
for my FREE editable 40 Book Challenge poster.
If you're looking for a way to keep your students and yourself organized during the 40 Book Challenge, click HERE
for my Data Tracking Reading Workshop Organizer binder.
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