After Scary Stories Family Night, teachers may conduct a class lesson on writing a scary story so that all students, including those who could ... Students may choose from scary story starters, such as: □ It was a cold Halloween night.
Author: Darcy J. Hutchins
Host family reading nights at your school! These events promote literacy outside of the classroom and encourage families to get involved in their children’s achievement. They also build relationships among educators, families, and community partners. This practical book is full of step-by-step guidelines and reproducible activities to help you bring family reading nights to life in your own school or district. Special Features: The book is organized by month of the school year, so you can quickly find activities that meet your needs Each activity is easy to implement and includes a page of instructions for teacher-leaders and an activity page for families An appendix provides all of the forms you need to get your Family Reading Night started, including invitations and registration sheets All of the family activities can be photocopied or downloaded for free from our website, www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138021471, so that you can print and distribute them during your event This enhanced second edition includes connections to the Common Core State Standards for reading. It also features a special new appendix with all of the family activities translated into Spanish, to help more families get involved!