5 More World Book Day Ideas & Resources
World Book Day is just 3 days away. Check out these PrAACtical ideas for celebrating. Just add AAC displays, aided language input, language facilitation strategies, and enthusiasm and World Book Day will be a special celebration.
Dia Diversity in Action for 2013 Children’s Book Day- This blog post provides recommendations for a diverse Children’s Book Day (April 30th), but there are some great ideas that can be used for World Book Day.
Exploring Children’s Literature through Book Trailers
Great blog by K-5 teacher librarian who has been successful using book trailers as a way to connect readers with books. Think of how many learners would be excited and motivated by a video trailer about a book.
Caught in the Act of Reading– a photo idea by Pragmatic Mom that we think would be a great classroom or therapy center activity for World Book Day. Take a photo of children (of all ages) reading (or even better have the kids take the pictures of their peers or teachers reading) and post them on a special bulletin board or make a digital story about everyone reading. With a little modification this could be really fun, motivating, and rewarding.
9 Ways to bring Literacy Alive: Books are Not Just for Reading by Allison Gingras, MEd blogging for Special-Ism– great ideas for meaningful literacy and language experiences. Celebrate the fun in books and reading.
Storybook Apps- AppAble.com Staff Recommendations– AppAble recommends more than 15 storybook apps that could be great for celebrating World Book Day. It’s all about interest level for the reader.
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This post was written by Robin Parker