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In-depth teacher's guide to Reading Rewards
Find out how to assign reading to students, complete with timelines, and the ability to monitor your students' progress against your assignments.
Find out how to create a custom badge in Reading Rewards, to recognize students for their efforts, progress or accomplishments.
At the start of a new school year, teachers need to set up their students on Reading Rewards, and add them to a classroom group. Find out about your options, and the approach we recommend you take.
Find out how to set up a reading group on Reading Rewards.
Find out how you can automatically create Reading Rewards accounts for your students by uploading a spreadsheet.
Find out how to share your group's administrative duties with another parent, teacher or librarian.
View this quick video to see how the Reading Rewards School account - our strongest plan, jam packed with the best features Reading Rewards has to offer.