Monster Book Fair: Reading Is So Much Fun, You’ll Get GOOSEBUMPS®! | Scholastic Book Fairs

Monster Book Fair: Reading Is So Much Fun, You’ll Get GOOSEBUMPS®!

2015 Summit Resources General Session Booktalk Basics and Beyond: Transforming Reading Culture by Empowering Student Voices Family Involvement: Kindergarten Readiness

Book Fair Ideas (or How to Survive) - Elementary Librarian

Book Fair Ideas (or How to Survive) - Elementary Librarian

The Online Fair is an extension of your in-school Fair and offers all advertised titles, ranging from preschool to adult, plus many items and series sets that are only available online.

The Online Book Fair

The Online Fair is an extension of your in-school Fair and offers all advertised titles, ranging from preschool to adult, plus many items and series sets that are only available online.

Tips & Tricks: Book Fairs Posted on February 5, 2014 by Sarah Loch In my time as a librarian, I have literally hosted so many book fairs tha...

Tips & Tricks: Book Fairs

Tips & Tricks: Book Fairs Posted on February 2014 by Sarah Loch In my time as a librarian, I have literally hosted so many book fairs tha.

Advertising your fundraisers  Great Way to build excitement to any event

Part 1 - Luau Book Fair

A freebie to give to your students, parents, fellow teachers to create a wish list for book fairs or buying books in general.  This work is onl...

A freebie to give to your students, parents, fellow teachers to create a wish list for book fairs or buying books in general. This work is onl.

Exchange ideas and share best practices with chairpeople and volunteers from across the country. Join the community and view recent posts, share your ideas, or check out our media wall!

Idea Share

Exchange ideas and share best practices with chairpeople and volunteers from across the country. Join the community and view recent posts, share your ideas, or check out our media wall!

The Scholastic Book Fairs Classroom Wish List program is an effective way for teachers to let families know which books they would love to add to their classroom libraries. It also gives parents a meaningful way to support their school and demonstrate the importance of reading.

The Scholastic Book Fairs Classroom Wish List program is an effective way for teachers to let families know which books they would love to add to their classroom libraries. It also gives parents a meaningful way to support their school and demonstrate the importance of reading.

Attach one of each of the little items to a board and have the containers behind the desk great idea for book fair

Book Fair Tip: Tape one of each of the small "school supplies" onto a poster on an easel, include price with tax. If more than one color, tape all options. Eliminates "playing" with the small items, eliminates theft.

Invite your school to thank the many volunteers who helped make your Book Fair possible with a thank you banner. #mybookfair

Feelin' Groovy Book Fair: Peace, Love, BOOKS!

Have volunteers autograph an appreciation poster located in a prominent area of your school.

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