Thursday, October 29, 2015

The ASD Reading Games Are Back!


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The Reading Games are back!  Starting Monday, November 2nd, keep track of the time you spend reading at home, in school, on the bus, etc, and you could win (semi) cool prizes, the respect of your friends (and librarian) and bragging rights!

All you have to do is read at least two hours in each of the seven genres in our library.  If you don't like fiction, there are corresponding non-fiction sections you can read from as well.  Every day or two log on to bit.ly/GoldenviewReads and record your minutes.  Once a week Ms. Roohi will tally all the minutes and distribute the genre book marks!  Collect all seven!

And this year since the Reading Games is in November, which is Native American Heritage Month, try reading something about Native Americans or Alaskan Natives for the Historical Genre!

This is also an interschool competition against Mears, Hanshew, Central, Clark, Northern Lights and Gruening.  So even if you only like to read in one or two genres, keep recording your minutes so our school will win the district competition!  You can see the district results here.


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