It is important to keep track of the books you have read in your classroom! Posting the books you have already read as a class helps teach literacy skill that are essential to budding readers. An easy way to track the books you have read is to create a Classroom Book Shelf!
➤ A great display for the whole year! Put it on a wall or your bulletin board.
➤ Just print, laminate, and write your titles.
➤ Includes Editable book spines!
This resource includes:
► 4 different colors: red, blue, green and turquoise
► Includes black and white option that can be printed on any color paper
► Title page
► Page to keep track of the number of books you have read
► 4 different book spine pages
☆ ALL book spine pages are EDITABLE
Resource Testimonials from Teachers Like You:
Sherlyn F. : This is beautifu! I using color with edit option. This is probably to happiest a purchase on tpt has made me ever. Thanks so much!
Christina E.: Boy, was this money well spent! I have a huge stack of these "books" up in my classroom. LOVE IT! This is a great visual for my students to see and remember all of the read aloud a we do throughout the year. I'm thinking I may add in our chapter books as we finish them too!
Buyer: This is a MUST for your classroom! I absolutely love the idea of keeping track of every book we read as a class. Loving the way this looks in my classroom!
Creating a Classroom Book Shelf has so many benefits!
By making a Classroom Book Shelf, students have a visual trigger to remember the books we have already read together. The Book Shelf serves as a visual memory board. And not just for the students, but for me too! I sometimes forget that we have already read a great book that connects with whatever skills I am teaching. Having a list of all of the books we have read triggers my memory and connections as well.
Most books have elements to it that can be beneficial when you are teaching a reading skill. And some books are great for teaching multiple skills. But who has time to read each book over and over! Instead of reading the books again, just reference the Classroom Book Shelf!
Other benefits include making a visual time line for the books you have read in class, highlighting that reading and comprehension are important, and demonstrating that each book has something to offer us.
Classroom Book Shelves also give your students a sense of accomplishment. This is so important for our struggling readers. Maybe these lower readers can’t read that particular book on their own. But since we read it as a class, it is on “their” shelf. They have in essence “read” the book just like the better readers in your class. You have granted them access to a book that was beyond their reach AND listed it on THEIR book read list.
This resource was designed to help you REACH your students and IGNITE that wonder inside of them and a LOVE of reading.
I wanted to create a resource to support you while you CONNECT with your students over as you read and share books.
I am passionate about helping YOU positively impact your students’ lives and I want to aid you in EMPOWERING your students to be LIFELONG learners!
I am super excited to work with you on reaching your students!
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