What is Book Trust? National literacy non-profit Partner

What is Book Trust?  National literacy non-profit  Partner

What is Book Trust? National literacy non-profit Partner with Scholastic and leverage their operations How does Book Trust work? What does it mean for our students? Choice

Students get to pick out up to $7 of books each month of the school year. Classroom Culture of Literacy Teachers make class time every month to celebrate the arrival of books and promote

the culture of reading in their classrooms. Family Engagement Students take their books home and build their own home library. Families engage in reading! Why is this crucial to your

childs education? Choice Classroom Culture of Literacy Family Engagement Choice and anticipation help increase student engagement and motivation for

students around reading. Research shows that the act of celebrating books and reading is central to making reading fun and enjoyable for all students. Research shows that reading for at least 20 minutes a night pays dividends in a childs education What does this mean for your family?

Free books will be coming home! Action Step: Read the Book Trust books with your child. Your child will be more motivated to

read. A home library will continue to build as each month passes. Action Step: Celebrate the arrival of new

books at home. What process will your child engage in? STEP ONE Book Trust Manager and Teachers implement the Book Trust Program Teachers pass out Scholastic fliers

Students choose up to $7.00 of books Look for just right books What process will your child engage in? STEP TWO Teachers input orders for each student Book Trust funds the

orders Students and teachers await the arrival of the book box What process will your child engage in? STEP THREE The book box arrives! Classrooms celebrate Students read their

new books Students share their choices with their peers What process will your child engage in? STEP FOUR The books go home! Build home libraries Motivation to read

increases due to ownership What process will your child engage in? STEP FIVE Families engage in reading At least 20 minutes a night Image from Greer Genius

The cycle repeats each month! Additional Book Trust Resources The following slide has an idea for a

bulletin board or hallway display. Create whatever background you would like. Consider using Scholastic catalogs as a border by folding them in half (hot dog style) or printing off Book Trust strips. Book Trust Inspiring Kids Passion for

Reading Choice! Students get to choose up to $7 of free books each month

of the school year. Book Trust Inspiring Kids Passion for Reading Choice! Students get to

choose up to $7 of free books each month of the school year.

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