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Inviting Mystery Readers to the Classroom

By Beth Newingham on September 11, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

At the beginning of the year, I send a note home inviting all parents to sign up to visit our classroom as a Mystery Reader. The note indicates that Mystery Readers read for 10-15 minutes after lunch every Friday, and it includes all available dates throughout the year.

I then create a sign-up book that is kept in my classroom. Parents can either come to the classroom to sign up, or they can email me with dates that will work for them. I even encourage parents to invite grandparents, older siblings, or any other family members that might be interested in visiting our classroom to be Mystery Readers during the school year.

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My class website is now at the following location: http://hil.troy.k12.mi.us/staff/bnewingham/myweb3/

-Beth Newingham

really nice i hope cats win lol but mostly about the kids tat need books :)

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