March madness books
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March madness in the classroom can be so engaging and fun for your students! Practice math, reading, and more with these low prep activities!
Tomeka Winston saved to Space Jam Transformation
Learn how to set up a tournament of books in your school. See examples, brackets and ideas for a great literacy week activity!
Amanda Wenrich saved to Reading
March is known as the month of brackets. In recent years, tournament style book battles have been adopted by libraries and cl...
March madness in the classroom can be EPIC and so much fun! With these rigorous March Madness activities your students will be so engaged!
March Madness has officially begun in my room. We read two of our sixteen books today, and I'm looking forward to reading the rest in the next few weeks. I picked the books very carefully, hoping they would be irresistible and thus reread over and over. This year I created a results form. Here's a look at a completed example. Click on the picture for your own copy. There's still time to get your March Madness started! Grab 16 books and you're practically ready.
Tammy McMorrow saved to New Teachers
Well friends, I have never been so excited for a sporting event. In fact, this past weekend, I had to employ every bit of knowledge I have about the NCAA tournament (i.e. please read that as very little knowledge). 😉 Our newest book display is up and I’m SO excited to share it with you. Even...
Kari Matthews saved to Reading
Update: Due to the popularity of this post, I've uploaded the bracket sign images here. They fit onto standard letter-sized paper. Just save them to your computer, open them in your favorite editor and add the dates of your voting periods! Elite 8 Final 4 Top 2 Number 1 I admit it: I enjoy creating library displays. I also enjoy creating a bracket for March Madness (even though I have no idea which teams are better). So it only made sense to make this display with my coworker: To pick our…
Lisa Mulvenna saved to Displays
One of the most frustrating aspects of being a high school librarian is failing to increase the level of leisure reading among the teenagers who frequent my library. There are a handful of dedicated readers who are as enthusiastic as I am about books; these students, mostly 9th and 10th graders, immediately notice when I
Leigh Ann Skaggs saved to Secondary Literacy
Let your pucture books compete to be the champion in your March madness!
Hannah Stapleton saved to Elementary School
To get in on the March Madness fun, be sure to check out Tournament of Books! Your students will love it, and so will you!
Nicole Creswell saved to Reading