Reading Sticker Chart Set

Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
Reading Sticker Chart Set
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Product Description
Help your students develop a love for learning. Use one of the sticker charts provided to set them a reading goal, and provide them with a reading log to monitor their progress. Reward them for their efforts by giving them stickers and other small prizes!
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CONTAINS

• 4 different types of sticker charts:
o 2 different sticker charts for beginning readers
o 2 different sticker charts for beginning readers

• 2 different types of reading logs

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & PURPOSE

This product is:

• intended for teachers or parents who want to motivate reluctant readers and make reading a habit in their students’ or child’s life. You can decide how challenging a student’s reading goal will be, as well as the number of incentives you will provide, to help them reach their reading goal.

• useful, because it gives students a reading goal to work towards and rewards them for their hard work.

• appropriate for students who need to work at their own pace.

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USE THIS RESOURCE TO SUIT YOUR STUDENTS' NEEDS: TIPS

• Moderate the level of autonomy provided to students. You may select books for students to read, let them choose their own books, or opt for a combination of the two.

• Decide how you will reward students’ efforts. For example, for students who are slow readers, or for those who are reading long books, you may choose to let students enter the number of pages they read into their Reading Logs, rather than having them enter whole books.

• Once students have a book in their hands, use supplementary resources to help them engage with the book further, if necessary.

• Get parents involved in their child’s learning. Teachers, encourage students to borrow books from the school or local library, so that they can also read at home with an adult or sibling. Whether children read with their parents or on their own, they will benefit from the extra practice.
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6 pages
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