COMPETITION DESCRIPTION (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

What does this competition consist of?

The 21 Day Reading Challenge is a 21-day reading competition in which students read each day and participate in fun, small challenges of their choice.

What is the objective of the competition?

The competition aims to boost the reading experience in order to help students develop or consolidate good reading habits, in particular that of reading daily, without slackening.

When does this competition take place?

The contest will take place from November 20 to December 10, 2019 and the draw will take place on Thursday December 12 at noon.

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Who can participate?


The competition is free and open to ALL classes from Kindergarten to Grade 6 in French-language and immersion schools across Canada and elsewhere.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Can my class participate if we are not subscribed to Literatout?


Yes! Enter the contest and check the box "Please activate a free account for me and my class". We will activate a free account (active until December 11, 2019) for you and your students. You will receive an email with your login details within 72 hours of entering the contest.

How to compete?


1. Register!

Enter your class for the contest by clicking here: the contest registration period is now over. Subscribe to our newsletter to be informed of all the details of our next contest!

2. Read on!

Then, each student in your class will have to read between 5 and 15 minutes per day , one or more digital books from their Literatout student account, during the 21 days of the competition. The digital books can be read in class and / or at home. Reading can be done alone or in pairs, with peers, parents, friends, etc. There are three ways to read a book: 1) you can “read” the pictures 2) you can read the words 3) you can tell a story that has been read to us.

3. Take part in mini challenges and reading activities (optional)!

-Seven mini reading challenges will be offered to your students to stimulate their interest and motivation to read.

-Various reading activities available on the Littératout platform are also offered to help students reinvest in their reading.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

What activities are planned for this competition?

-Of course, the main activity will consist, for the students, of reading for 15 minutes a day, one or more digital books from their Littératout student account, during the 21 days of the competition. Reading can be done alone or in pairs, with peers, parents, friends, in class and / or at home. There are three ways to read a book: 1) you can “read” the pictures 2) you can read the words 3) you can tell a story that has been read to us. Download our poster on the three ways to read a book. Thus, students of all ages and abilities can participate in the contest!

Optional activities

-In addition, seven mini reading challenges will be offered to your students to stimulate their interest and motivation to read every day. The challenges are optional! Let your students choose the challenges that suit them! Click here to know the mini challenges offered!

- In addition, various reading activities available on the Littératout platform will be offered. These activities are optional. Choose the ones that suit! Click here to find out what activities are on offer!