6 fun ways to encourage kids to read more

03/19/2013

Maddie Witter, author of "Reading Without Limits: Teaching Strategies to Build Independent Reading for Life," shares six kid-friendly strategies that can boost fiction and nonfiction reading engagement in the middle grades. Her ideas include book-related playlists geared to individual student interests; teachers sharing their own reading histories; read-a-thons; book "blind dates," and more. A MiddleWeb guest article.

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