Here's a great set of summertime bookmarks. On one side students will see a list of suggested fiction books, and on the reverse side a list of nonfiction titles. These suggested novels and nonfiction collection vary in difficulty from easy to challenging, making this product useful to the younger or older child.
Often students just don't know what to read, having this handy bookmark will provide them with suggestions for both fiction and nonfiction books.
Included are also blank bookmarks for you to provide a personalized teacher list or handout to the students so they can record titles of books they hope to read over the summer.
Given in both color, and black and white.
Suggestion is to run the bookmarks back to back. This way students have one bookmark with both sets. They can circle titles that interest them or even take a day to have students search information about the authors and general information about these books. Students can then report back to the class.
In addition, this resource includes engaging half landscaped sheets for students to use when "Keepin Track" of their reading.
The list of suggested books will stretch your students, and encourage students to fill the additional templates that include a focus question and a "My Notes" section.
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