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MIddle Grade Librarian

Remote Learning Reading Challenge

As part of the Remote Learning period, Ms. Quarterman and Dr. DeLap thought it would be fun to have a special reading challenge. There are two ways to participate:

Bingo Card Reading Challenge
Designed for ages 2-8, but everyone is welcome to join in the reading fun!

To join the Bingo Card Challenge, just download the Remote Learning Bingo Card! 
If you have any questions, please email Ms. Quarterman

60 Minutes a Day Reading Challenge
Designed for Kindergarten-8th Grade

Read 60 minutes per day and log it in Bibilonasium. That's it! You can read any book that you want (as long as it is acceptable to your parents). All ages, including parents, faculty, staff and alumni, are encouraged to join this Remote Learning Reading challenge. You can read alone or with someone else, a paper book or on an e-reader, you can also listen to the books. The key is having fun and to log the books via Biblionasium (a safe online site for young readers).

To join the 60 Minutes a Day Reading Challenge, email Dr. DeLap.

This Remote Learning Reading Challenge is different from the 100 Book Challenge which students can do simultaneously if they wish. We will find a special way to celebrate our Remote Learning Reading Challenge participants and finishers . 

If you would like book recommendations, please email us and feel free to join our weekly STS Library Book Club from 12 to 1 pm on Wednesdays!  We will post a way to join our online meeting very soon!

We hope you enjoy reading during this Remote Learning period.

Log your books!

Once you have an account (email Dr. DeLap for a username and password), log your reading via Biblionasium!