During the week students were encouraged to express their thoughts and feelings about the stories they learnt by creating reflection posters. These posters served as a creative outlet for our students to share their insights and favorite moments from their reading adventures.
The week also featured a selection of engaging books, including “The Smart Cookie” and “A Cool Bean.” Our 5th-grade students played a special role by becoming reader volunteers. They shared their love for reading with kindergarten students, helping them discover the joys of books. Additionally students exchanged books with their classmates, fostering a culture of book sharing and discussion among peers.
The celebration was wrapped up with a fantastic Book Character Dress-Up Day. Students came to school dressed as their favorite literary heroes, bringing beloved book characters to life. This day encouraged creativity and allowed students to showcase their enthusiasm for reading in a fun and interactive way.
The combination of storytelling, reflection, book exploration, and reader volunteerism created a rich and immersive experience that will undoubtedly have a long-term impact on our students’ reading habits.