Bogan Elementary Reading At Home Program

 
The Reading At Home program was created to encourage students to do extra reading at home.  The children are rewarded for their efforts.  Please read the information below to learn about how students earn rewards. 
 
This is a wonderful program that is funded by our Bogan P.T.G.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If the children are reading Accelerated Reading books at home they can write the books on their R.A.H. list and take an A.R. test.  Books can be read anytime except during the school day to be considered outside reading.

Reading is one of the most important skills all students need to master.  This helps to add a little more motivation!


Thank you,

 Ms, Fitzgerald   R.A.H. Coordinator at Bogan Elementary






        Kindergarten - 3rd Grade Students


    The children will be given a recording sheet to keep track of the books they have read. A book should only be written down if it has been read completely and is appropriate for the child’s reading ability.  The older children who are reading chapter books can count every 15 pages as a book (or line) on their recording sheet. Only two lists may be turned in each week.  This program is not designed to be a contest.  The idea is to encourage children to improve their reading skills. 

       

    Students will receive a prize when they read 25 books. When they reach 50 books, they may choose a free book from the RAH cart. This pattern will continue as they turn in more lists.


25 books - prize

50 books - book

75 books - prize

100 books - book

And so on.....

     


   


     



4th & 5th Grade Students


  The children will be given a recording sheet to keep track of the books they have read. A book should only be written down if it has been read completely and is appropriate for the child’s reading ability.  The older children who are reading chapter books can count every 15 pages as a book (or line) on their recording sheet. Only two lists may be turned in each week.  This program is not designed to be a contest.  The idea is to encourage children to improve their reading skills. 

    For each completed list students turn in, they will receive a voucher worth $2.00. These vouchers can be used to order books on the last Friday of the month. Vouchers may be combined to redeem higher priced books. Vouchers must accompany the book order. All vouchers must be used this school year and will expire after May 16.

    Students may visit the Scholastic Bookclub site to see which books are available. To visit the site, click the link below.