SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES TO OFFER TO YOUR STUDENTS TO ENABLE THEM TO REINVEST THEIR READING (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

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We suggest various activities to offer to your students in order to allow them to reinvest their reading. As part of the competition, the activities are optional! Let your students decide if they want to do an activity!

4-5 years

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Real Wacky Ani-Words (6-7 years) - PRINTABLE (great with any animal-themed book)

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Christmas word head (4-8 years) - PRINTABLE (ideal with the books Who am I? Volume 1 and Volume 2 )

Christmas Bingos (4-8 years old) - PRINTABLE (ideal with the Christmas book, I see …)

6-7 years

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Tell me reading game (6-7 years old) - PRINTABLE ,

Pirate Riddles (7-8 years) - PRINTABLE

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Roulette Reading Reaction (6-7 years) - PRINTABLE

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Recyclo-sons du / on / (6-7 years) - PRINTABLE (ideal with reading the book Le cirque de Simon )

The hunt for / or / (6-7 years) - PRINTABLE (ideal with reading the book Quelle heures est-il M. Le Loup? )

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Mishmash of Syllables 1 (6-7 years) - INTERACTIVE

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Syllables classmates (6-7 years) - INTERACTIVE

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Surprise Syllables 2 (6-7 years) - INTERACTIVE

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8-9 years

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Prepare to guess! (9-11 years old) - PRINTABLE (ideal with reading the little novels of the Adventures of pirate Labille )

Pirate biography (9-10 years) - PRINTABLE (ideal with reading the little novels of the Adventures of pirate Labille )

Reading wheel I react to my reading (8-11 years old) - PRINTABLE

Reading Roulette I Make Links (8-11 years old) - PRINTABLE


The Monster Hungry for Synonyms (8-10 years) - INTERACTIVE

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10-11 years

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Critical Literacy Roulette (10-12 years old) - PRINTABLE

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Reading dice - Critical Literacy (10-12 years old) - PRINTABLE

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Your reading, do you get it? (to enjoy, 9-10 years old) - PRINTABLE

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Your reading, do you get it? (for making links, 9-10 years old) - PRINTABLE

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Your reading, do you get it? (critical literacy, ages 10-11) - PRINTABLE

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Anonymous bingo (9-11 years old) - INTERACTIVE

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OTHER IDEAS TO REINVEST AND FULLY USE THE READINGS
 

1- Invite the students to read to younger ones; your class can pair up with a class of little ones and read books to them. If necessary, your students can practice by reading the album one or more times before meeting their reading partners. This will count for the contest and in addition, your students help make children love reading.

2- Offer a reader's theater to your students. They must then reread certain passages from the books they have read several times and make a little sketch of it. At the same time, this allows you to work on oral communication.

3- Suggest that your pupils do a serial reading to another class or to classmates: the pupils therefore read aloud, 5 to 15 minutes a day, a little novel or an illustrated mini-novel, which they they will have read beforehand to know the story well.

4- Organize reading circles: each student chooses one or more passages from a book read beforehand. The pupils meet in a reading circle. They read and discuss the chosen passage (s), explaining, for example, why they liked that passage, what they thought about the actions of the characters in that passage, what they noticed about the style of the passage. the author, etc.

5- The preceding ideas can also be applied at home: for example, the pupil can read to a younger brother or sister, he can do a serial reading to his family, even a reader's theater with a parent or sibling.

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