How to Encourage Your Students to Read Using a Related Incentive

Are you wondering how to encourage students to read more? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.

I like to wrap up each week with "Fun Friday." It's a little incentive for my friends to stay on task and get their work done throughout the week and a happy little way to kick off the weekend. It's usually pretty quick and quite often involves an activity or science experiment or something equally educational disguised as fun.  This week we will have our first "Fun Friday" of the school year and will create our Writer's Notebook Collages.  See what I mean by disguising classroom activities as a fun treat?

Well, as soon as I stumbled upon this idea I knew it would make it's way into my annual Fun Friday rotation. It's one of those things that kids will adore and want to do as an indoor recess activity all year long and I am perfectly fine with that. Plus in encourages reading.

CTBaker in the Acres wrote a blog post with a wonderful tutorial. Check it out and have fun! Wouldn't these be a great October activity when your friends have Monsters on the Mind if you aren't allowed to mention Halloween in school?

Are you wondering how to encourage students to read more? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.

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