Reading

31 Ways to Celebrate National Reading Month

March is National Reading Month and the birthday month of one of the most beloved children’s book authors of all time – Dr. Seuss. In honor of these two special events, we’ve put together a list of 31 ways to celebrate reading in your elementary school. 1. Set a school-wide reading goal! Chart progress and  Continue Reading »

Top 5 Best Awards For Elementary School Students

It’s never too early to start thinking about elementary school student awards. Whether you want on-the-spot rewards for classrooms, semester or quarterly awards for academics and attendance, or formal awards for your year-end award ceremony, here is a list of the top 5 best awards for your elementary school students. 1) Traditional Awards Classic student  Continue Reading »

5 Benefits to Rewarding Your Student Leaders

They say that elementary student leaders are made, not born. A little encouragement can go a long way in building elementary student confidence and important leadership skills. Kids of all age groups can benefit from some kind of recognition, whether verbal praise or a small tangible token. Acknowledging academic, social, and behavioral achievements will set  Continue Reading »

Read All About It: 5 ways to get your students excited about reading

Getting students excited about reading can be a challenge, sometimes, especially in this electronic age when kids would rather text, chat and listen to music than pick up a book. So, how do you promote reading in your school in ways that kids can relate to? Here are 5 easy ideas to try. 1. Reading  Continue Reading »