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So many times students read a book or have a book read to them and they listen to the words but they don't really understand the full import of what is going on in the book. In other words, they listen but they don't hear. Book activitieschange that dynamic by having the students do things that complement the theme of the book. In carrying out the activities, the students can more closely associate with what went on in the book. They figuratively at least “walk a mile” in the shoes of the different characters and can truly internalize what each character is experiencing. In doing so, the characters, the issues at hand and the potential solutions become clearer and the students understand them better. By doing more than just reading, the students get more involved and thus have a better learning experience.
Homeroom Teacher supplies book activities for a number of different books on a number of different grade levels. If you are searching for ways to have your students get more out of reading, you really should try out some of our book activities. You will be surprised at how much more your students enjoy the subject and remember the moral of the story.
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