Somehow we’ve gotten to the 22nd day of school and I have only posted ONE TIME about our book-a-day challenge. Because that’s the reality, I will NOT tell you about every book we’ve read (we’re up to 85 as of today!!), but I will give some words about this week’s additions. Hope you enjoy, and maybe even find a book you might want to read!
First, here’s what our wall looks like right now (the pic on the left):
(At this point last year we were at 89. Funny–I thought for sure we were reading faster this year!)
This display is so different than how I displayed it last year, and in some ways I think it’s hard to see how quickly it’s growing…
…but FOR SURE it’s an improvement because of all of the kids and teachers who get to look at it now! I LOVE to see last year’s kiddos walk past and marvel, as well as other kids point out the books on our list that they’ve read, and the way so many people say “Man–they read ALOT of books!” I’ve even heard from teachers who have now begun to keep their own book lists as they read with their classes. LOVE the inspiration that can come from such a project just because it’s shared in a different way!
Ok…here’s what we read this week:
You can probably tell by the titles that our focus this week was on our community (getting to know each other and celebrate how each of one us is special and unique) as well as the celebration of Dot Day–we ended up reading 6 of Peter Reynold’s books!! The Hooray for Kids book was really cool and led us to a scavenger hunt where we found out what kind of kids we are:
As we shared out after we were finished we made lots of connections to who is like us and who we might want to know better. I’m excited to build on the things we learned!
What did you read this week? 🙂