Sunday, October 7, 2012

AR Bookmark Freebie!

It's Sunday!  We're getting ready to go have brunch with my parents... how snobby sounding is that?!  ;)  My lovely mother got a Groupon and we're capitalizing on it today!  After that, it's heading in to school for me for the rest of the afternoon.

One of the things I'll be working on today at school is making copies of an AR bookmark for my students.  Each student will get two copies of the bookmark- one for school and one for home.

I'll have them fill it out tomorrow by writing their name, coloring the circles to reflect the AR levels they can read- some kids will have only two, most have three, and one of my students has four so that's why there are so many circles!- and then they will declare their weekly reading goal by writing the number of picture books and/or chapter books they want to read and test on weekly.

One of the ways they can move up in AR levels is by passing a certain number of picture and chapter books (which depends on the color of the book), so I'm hoping this will serve to help them set their goal and to be a handy bookmark too!

I have my own personal AR soapbox, which I have put away for now... so, enjoy the freebie!  :)

Just click on the pic to download from Google Docs!

I've done a few other AR related posts lately... if you missed them, click HERE to read more!

For some reason I've never blogged about this AR freebie- it's in my TpT store:

Enjoy the day!  Fortunately the Lions aren't playing today so there's one less bit of stress on this gal for today!


  1. Oh my goodness!! I LOVE these AR bookmarks! I have been trying to get myself to make something for AR to remind my kids each day. These are perfect!!! Thank you for sharing!!

    YoungTeacherLove 5th Grade Blog

  2. Thank you for sharing your AR bookmarks! I am looking forward to implementing them in my classroom very soon!

  3. Thanks for sharing your bookmarks! They are so cute!

    The Teacher's Treasure Chest

  4. oooh - I like! I write my kids' a.r. points for the week in their reading log and we conference about their quiz scores (i print up their report) - so this would be great - thanks!

  5. Do you also set their goals, points, and book levels in the actual AR program also? Thanks for the bookmarks. Anything to get them to read, read, read!

  6. Thanks for sharing! I'm working on an AR pack that I'm hoping to have finished this week! So far my kids are loving AR and I want to make sure I stay organized and keep motivating them.

    Success in Second Grade


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