A simple way to acknowledge the students who are working extra hard during reading time.
I always call my hard-working readers Royal Readers and when I do, they sit a little taller and dig a little deeper into their books.
This Royal Reader coveted award goes to children who work extra hard during reading and impress us with their reading know-how! Perhaps your child used prior knowledge to help with comprehension, stretched/tapped out a tough word, understood an inference, made a super prediction, identified cause/effect relationships in a story, asked a thought-provoking question, reread for fluency or understanding without prompting, used text features, retold a story with crisp details, made a text-to-text, self, or world connection, identified the author’s purpose, etc.
I equate it to using SMART BEADS in my classroom but this recognizes reading skills only. If students deserve this award, I give them a high-five and tell them to add their name to the board and give them a certificate to bring home. It's a fun way to recognize achievements and makes a quick and easy display in the class!
❤Royal Reader Poster
❤Full Page certificate to send home
❤1/4 page Certificate to send home
❤Letter home to explain what a "Royal Reader" is...
❤Editable template for nameplates that will be hung up under poster
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