A reading corner is perfect for students to relax with a good book. It can be a tranquil oasis within a busy classroom or a cozy spot at home where kids can unwind with their favorite stories. If you're thinking of creating a reading corner in your space, here are some tips to get you started.
Do you sometimes feel like your students just don't get excited about reading? You're not alone. But luckily, there are a few things you can do to get them hooked on reading. Here are five ways to get your students excited about reading:
So when home learning struck, I added the option for my Once Upon a Crime Reading Mystery worksheets to also be available via Google Slides. Now, I don't know about your experience, but sometimes those worksheets in Google Slides were not always ideal (depending on the device and student) and I usually still preferred using the paper option whenever possible. The reading mystery worksheets were a band aid fix that I added to quickly cater for the sudden change in our learning situation due to the pandemic a couple of years ago. So recently, I decided to start using those Reading Mystery stories to create a colorful online digital game much like some of my other interactive games that have become quite popular for paperless learning.
The first mystery I'm releasing in this new Digital CSI Reading Mystery Game line is, A Knight's Tail! For 48 hours only, the price will be 50% OFF via my TPT Store.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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