Challenge Children to Read More!

If there’s one thing that kids love to do, it’s play. And for many children, the most exciting games are the ones that generate a little friendly competition, and fire up team spirit built on close cooperation with other kids.

Reading Rewards reading challenges introduce the elements of games, competition and cooperation into the activity of reading.

School account holders can issue two types of challenges to encourage children to read more: Classroom challenges and school challenges.

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Classroom Reading Challenges

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Classroom reading challenges harness the motivational powers of friendly competition, as two classes compete to see which one can read the most minutes, pages or books by a set date.

The anatomy of a classroom reading challenge:

  • Two dynamic thermometer charts show how both groups are progressing.
  • A live countdown timer stirs up excitement by displaying how much time is left in the reading challenge.
  • An interactive newsfeed displays system generated updates.
  • Reading challenge administrators can post personalized messages of encouragement.
  • Participants can express their enthusiasm by cheering updates and messages in the reading challenge newsfeed.

Monitor students' reading logs online

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Provide a variety of fun reading incentives

Assess reading comprehension

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Host exciting reading challenges

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... and SO MUCH more!

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Schoolwide Reading Challenges

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Schoolwide reading challenges unite the student body behind a common goal, such as reading a set number of minutes, pages or books by a given date.

The anatomy of a schoolwidre reading challenge:

  • A dynamic thermometer chart shows how the student body is progressing against the stated goal.
  • A gauge shows detail on the day’s reading, against the daily target.
  • A challenge description offers the opportunity to describe a symbolic prize, if the reading challenge is won.
  • A live countdown timer stirs up excitement by displaying how much time is left in the reading challenge.
  • An interactive newsfeed displays system generated updates and personalized messages of encouragement by system administrators.
  • Participants can express their enthusiasm by cheering updates and messages in the reading challenge newsfeed.