Add to your paperless ELA or Library/Media Center resources with Digital Book Bingo activities using editable Google Slides!
Encourage your students to try new authors and genres!
* I originally created Reading Book BINGO activities to have an additional, fresh approach using Accelerated Reader. Any book quiz option will add student accountability to the Book BINGO activities.
* Accelerated Reader or Reading Counts gave me a simple way to confirm a book had been read and understood, and added student accountability to any book BINGO projects I developed.
Read OR listen to a book… take a quiz… choose another book to read OR listen to… was our mantra.
I did NOT ask students to choose independent reading material by Reading level or Lexile level.
I did NOT worry about Reading level or Lexile level assigned to books I read aloud.
In my opinion, Reading or Lexile levels don’t need to define your students. Sharing an article I read about that HERE.
* I wanted my students to build confidence and stamina as independent readers, refine and improve their listening skills, AND develop a sense of what they enjoyed reading or listening to being read aloud.
* I wanted my students to visit the Library with enthusiasm, selecting books by an author they've come to enjoy, a genre that has them hooked, excited about the next book in an author’s series, gain comfort and confidence exploring nonfiction, or exploring an author or genre that might be something my students wouldn’t ordinarily select.
* I wanted to encourage my students to embrace the understanding that adults do not choose a book to read because of the thickness of the book spine, OR the number of Accelerated Reader or Reading Counts points a book might be worth, OR the Reading Level or Lexile Level assigned to it.
all Wonders Reading Counts or Accelerated Reader
Digital Book BINGO activities, Grades 2 through 6,
enriching and extending the learning about Literature Anthology authors and topics
may be used with Wonders 2014, 2017, 2020, and 2023 editions