When a friend requested that we make a reading contract for her to use in her classroom, we got on it right away, thinking that someone else might like this too. So designer Linda jumped right in and created this awesome document. Obviously "reading contracts" can mean many things, because as I am editing and thinking about my former experience with reading contracts in third grade, I (Gina) thought you should have some sort of paper to sign, a CONTRACT, an agreement, a legally binding document, an early lesson on accountability! Yes, that’s a run on sentence., sorry. Sooooo, I put in two versions and a blank if you would like to write in your own words to make an actual contract, or promise from your students. Then there are the activities you can do as well. It could also be used as a filler for early finishers, or in a center where they mark off the activities as they complete them. Use this however it works best for you. Check out the preview to see what is included.
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