Let's Start A Book Club!

Grade Levels
1st - 4th
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If your students love to read, share & talk about books, a monthly (or more during the summer ) meeting of the minds could be a fun way to have a Book Talk.

You can meet monthly as a Book Club Lunch Bunch or weekly as an After-School Club or Fun Friday activity.

This Resource Guide can, also, be used as helper for our parents because it includes a step-by-step sequence on how to launch a kid-friendly, interactive Book Club as an After-School activity, Summer Boredom Buster and/or Holiday Helper.

Here are some of the features:

  • 7 multi-genre book lists for K-5
  • Book Club Sequence Ideas
  • Discussion & Snack Ideas
  • 8 Book Club Members Templates including a Book Club Info booklet
  • Over 11 Book Activities with 5 Fill-In Templates

A much shorter version of this Guide can, also, be found in my Summer Literacy Camp Handbook.

I'd love to hear from you. Please email me: bizzylizzy246@gmail.com. You can, also, visit my website: bizzylizzybiz.com for more Literacy info & ideas.

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