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Caldecott Challenge 2010!


Second grade students have until May 10th to complete a Caldecott Reading Challenge. This voluntary challenge encourages students to read the beautiful award winning books and complete a comprehension card about each book. Students need to read 12 Caldecott books in order to be invited to a Milk and Cookie Reading Celebration. This is a great program to work on perseverance and working toward a long term.

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Jaxen said…
I remember these they were good but it was so long ago.
Aaron said…
I like doing the caldecott challenge because they are good books and they have good pictures
Chloe said…
I love the Caldecott reading challenge!!! It really gets me working hard by reading.
gracie said…
I am doing that! its awsome!!!!!




reading rocks!!,
grace
claire said…
I think caldicott challenge just gets you reading.
claire said…
I did it last year and i think its cool.
Grace said…
I loved that challenge SO MUCH!!!!!!

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