My students need a variety of interesting reading material. The Scholastic magazines subscriptions would be great additions to our classroom library and wonderful summer reading gifts for each student.
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"Read another one!" "Can we read it again?" "I wonder what happened next?" Mrs. Gray, can I take that book home?"These are the questions and comments that I get after reading a story to my students!
My 2nd graders are always excited to read a great story.
Whether it is fiction or non fiction, reading to gain knowledge or reading for fun, my students are enthusiastic about books. They understand that good readers become great readers by READING.
However, many of my students do not have books at home. My school serve students in a low income community. With their own individual magazine subscriptions, my students will be able to enjoy reading in class and at home in a non-school setting. This project could help close the summer reading gap for these students.
I would like to purchase a Scholastic Magazine subscription for every student in my class. Each issue will help me build their reading skills with on-level articles, stories, and plays.
I know that my students will treasure each issue!
When I was in elementary school, Weekly Readers were one of my favorite texts to read. My love for reading developed more every time I turned the pages!
My hope for this project is to provide as many learning opportunities and as much reading material possible. I want my students to continue to enjoy reading and learning! Good readers become great readers by READING!
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