Step by Step Guide: Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library

Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
Step by Step Guide:  Using the "Read-A-Thon Program" to Finance a School Library
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On 9/19/2018, a review stated that this lesson plan was misleading. Let me be clear, that as I stated in the original description, this is an account of my personal experience on how I used the readathon program called "Read-A-Thon" (https://www.read-a-thon.com/).

"Read-A-Thon" is a free resource. In this lesson plan, I have shown how I implemented the program in my school library. The free resource helped me fill the shelves in one of the three school libraries that I managed. This lesson plan shows how students' reading books could gain sponsorship to support collection development in the school library. This account is not endorsing the readathon program called "Read-A-Thon". The following description is a step by step guide on how my school used the "Read-A-Thon" program to accumulate money for acquiring books or other materials for the school’s library during a one month period. There was no cost to start or finish the "Read-A-Thon" program. The way I implemented this program may not fit your needs.
I have fairly suggested this in my original description of this lesson plan. The only way to determine if it is right for you is by reading the lesson plan.

PLEASE NOTE: My other lesson plan on using a readathon-type of program to stop bullying is not using the "Read-A-Thon" program that is mentioned in this lesson plan.

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