Reading Club

Welcome everyone to the Madera Reading Club of the school year 2019/2020!

The Reading Club is designed to encourage a love for reading.  All students are welcome to participate. Participation is completely voluntary.

You can find the introduction letter here

and the log here

If you want some suggestions find the November suggestions here

This year the Reading Club will run from September – February. For each submitted log you will receive a charm (similar to the Running Club).

When you reached 1000 minutes a magnet with you picture will be made and will be displayed in the Reading Club display case, just outside of the office until the end of the school year. Photo permission is assumed to be yes, unless I’m notified. At the end of the school year you get to take the magnet home as well.

Any questions, comments or if you want to get involved please get in touch:

maderareads1000@gmail.com

Have a great year of reading!

Meike Visel


ONLINE RESOURCES FOR READING IDEAS

We Are Madera – Resources 
Resource for the Madera community around equity, diversity & inclusion with reading suggestions (work-in-progress from parents for parents and kids)

Common Sense Mediahttps://www.commonsensemedia.org/
Website with ratings including age recommendations for books and movies, apps, games etc

Contra Costa Libraryhttp://ccclib.org/
This is the library website. If you don’t have one yet get a library card. It is free for Contra Costa County residents and you can also order books online and pick them up at your local library or read books and magazines online as well as listen to audio books (overdrive) and online read-alongs (tumble books).

They also have a website for kids and lots of links with even more book suggestions: http://ccclib.org/youth/

 

Book newsletter from the library http://libraryaware.com/1248/Subscribers/Subscribe?optInPageId=90d56efe-fa13-4277-8ca3-6daed763bcf3

Reading Rocketshttps://www.readingrockets.org/
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help. 

International Children’s Digital Libraryhttp://en.childrenslibrary.org/
Lots of children’s books that are also translated from/into other languages