Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Chapter Book Club Picnic












The sign says: "I read ten chapter books. How about you?" Left, first graders. Right, second graders.

I feel so proud of the 127 first and second graders at my school who read ten chapter books this year!



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16 comments:

  1. Nice to see happy faces. Reading is always fun!

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  2. Such a wonderful picnic with lovely children.

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  3. outdoors, picnic,friends... and all that related to books. nice event!

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  4. Looks like everyone is having fun

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  5. I love when children are involved in reading challenges! My kids did "Book It" each year. They got a free personal Pizza Hut pizza when they completed it. I like the idea of a picnic much better!

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  6. What wonderfully happy faces, so proud of the accomplishment. Picnics to celebrate these events are the best. Thanks for sharing, and here are MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOTS

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  7. What a great program. Congratulations to all those happy readers. Looks like they had a great time at their picnic.
    My Saturday Snapshot post features a nearby bonsai garden.

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  8. I love this! It's so great to raise and teach kids who are excited about reading.

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  9. I'm not surprised that so many of your students participated and finished their challenge, they have an amazing school librarian. Congratulations Mrs Nance. The celebratory picnic is a great idea, they look to be having a ball.

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