Just like movie trailers can get us excited about an upcoming flick, book trailers are a great way to pique a young reader’s interest.
Want your kids to spend more time reading and think more deeply about what they are reading? Join the Virtual Bookopolis Summer Book Club. See more details.
Do you want to motivate your students to read more this month? Join Bookopolis for the 5 Book Challenge during March 2022.
Does your young reader love to share their opinions about what they read? We often get early releases of books before they are available anywhere else. We are looking for 3rd – 9th grade readers […]
Need help motivating your student to read this summer? Check out these 8 tried and true tips.
“Kids don’t come with an instruction manual” is an old adage I heard a lot when I first became a mom. But based on the vast number of parenting books and blogs that now exist, […]
Getting your kids to talk about what they read is a simple and effective way to help strengthen the comprehension and analysis skills they need to grow as a reader. Here are some easy discussion […]
This year I facilitated an after school Book Club for 3rd-5th graders at my kids’ elementary school. I was a little apprehensive since my patience can run thin with my own two kids. Would I be […]
Photo Credit: Laurel Holman Not that you would ever intentionally kill your child’s love of reading, of course. But, as parents and educators, we often unwittingly do and say things that drive our kids away […]
Five stories worth the read about kids, reading, edtech, or other things that interested me this week…. 1. Me: “How was school today?” Kid: “Fine.” “So, what did you do?”. Kid: “Nuttin.” If you know […]