Thursday, December 13, 2018

A Snowball on a Hill: How to Start a School-Wide Reading Challenge for 2019

**This is another new product that is free for the first few days it's out! It will remain free through Sunday, December 16th. Please help a sister out and be sure to let me know if you see any glaring problems, misspellings, etc. This is why I give these away for free for a few days--I need all the extra eyes I can get when it comes to little details! You will find a link to the download at the end of this post.**

New Year's Resolutions? No way! New Year's Reading Goals? YES!

I gave up on New Year's Resolutions many years ago. Like most people I know, I rarely stick with any of it beyond maybe January 2nd or 3rd anyway, so why bother?

But reading goals? I'm all over those! I've set a yearly reading goal on Goodreads since 2013. My goal is always 100 books. One time, I made it. The rest of the time, I didn't. But I am convinced that I read more books with a reading goal than I would without one, so I set the bar high every year.

Today, I'm going to tell you about how our school-wide reading challenge this year started with a pact between me and one ninth grade girl. It grew steadily throughout 2018, and I know it will continue to grow into 2019.

Go straight to the download.

Read more about it on MrsReaderPants.