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Interactive Bulletin Board Idea: Reader’s Choice

By Beth Newingham on January 8, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

Each month I choose a picture book for my students to review. As each student reads the book, they move their picture below a “Thumbs Up” sign or below a “Thumbs Down” sign according to their personal evaluation of the book.

I also use a separate basket to hold the multiple copies of the chosen book so that students can easily acquire the book when copies become available.

It is fun for students to observe the display throughout the month as they keep track of their classmates’ votes for thumbs up or thumbs down.

Comments (1)

Are the templates for the "thumbs up/down" available? I copied them once from Scholastic's website, but they have faded. I need new ones, but can't seem to find the website for them.

Love this bulletin board!

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