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    Does your school/district allow students to take AR quizzes at home? If so, how has it worked out? I would like to hear the pros and cons. Thanks for any input!
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    Rebecca Miller On 12/24/09, anonymous wrote: > On 11/21/09, 4th grade teacher wrote: >> Does your school/district allow students to take AR quizzes >> at home? If so, how has it worked out? I would like to hear >> the pros and cons. Thanks for any input!
    Oct 25, 2015
    kaleb On 12/24/09, anonymous wrote: > On 11/21/09, 4th grade teacher wrote: >> Does your school/district allow students to take AR quizzes >> at home? If so, how has it worked out? I would like to hear >> the pros and cons. Thanks for any input!
    Jan 3, 2017
    my 8 year old child has 300 ar points now and we just started winter break. i am empressed
    My daughter has done awsome in ar this year and I was trying to locate the ar record. She has 1247 points with three weeks of school left does anyone know how many points have been obtainted in a year?
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    carla On 6/11/09, Chad wrote:
    > Lisa, as I parent I think you need to evaluate the real
    > reward here. Is the main reason your daughter was reading
    > was for some prize? Did she not enjoy or accelerate her
    > reading skills during this time. Not every reward has
    > immediate results. The goal here is not the short term
    >...See More
    Dec 22, 2016
    carla On 6/11/09, Chad wrote:
    > Lisa, as I parent I think you need to evaluate the real
    > reward here. Is the main reason your daughter was reading
    > was for some prize? Did she not enjoy or accelerate her
    > reading skills during this time. Not every reward has
    > immediate results. The goal here is not the short term
    >...See More
    Dec 22, 2016
    For my protection no names will be given in this post. One of the students I mentor was given a book outside his reading level. It was a book with nearly 90 pages and this student has never read a book that was more than 28 pages. I told her she needs to move him up slowly rather than jump over so many levels. To my dismay, when the student came ho...See More
    Looking to join group that makes accelerated reading quizzes.

    Looking for test for Bitopia
    I am in search of ordering dog tags for the AR program. Can you please assist me on where I could do this at?

    My email is [email removed]
    My name is Eric Blaylock and I own a company called Total Recognition, Inc. We are manufacturers of Custom Dog Tags for the Accelerated Reader Program. If you are interested in the products and prices, please feel free to email me directly at [email removed].
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    Anita Sieg On 9/28/09, David Shimer wrote: > On 8/21/09, Eric Blaylock wrote: >> My name is Eric Blaylock and I own a company called Total >> Recognition, Inc. We are manufacturers of Custom Dog Tags >> for the Accelerated Reader Program. If you are interested >> in the products and prices, please feel free to email me >> dire...See More
    May 26, 2016
    Stephanie On 5/26/16, Anita Sieg wrote: > On 9/28/09, David Shimer wrote: >> On 8/21/09, Eric Blaylock wrote: >>> My name is Eric Blaylock and I own a company called Total >>> Recognition, Inc. We are manufacturers of Custom Dog Tags >>> for the Accelerated Reader Program. If you are interested >>> in the products...See More
    Jul 11, 2016
    My school is going to be starting AR on Oct.24th. I teach 7th and 8th grade. I have never used AR and would like some ideas /suggestions for what works in your middle school and what doesn't... I am especially concerned that students that are reading at a lower level at this grade level will be embarrassed to choose a book that is at their grade le...See More
    looking for ideas for middle school bulletin board ideas for accelerated reader. any help would be appreciated.
    I am looking for ideas of how to create a visual (a Hall of Fame) for classes/teachers to compete with success rates. i.e. 85% correct or better for the year. My principal suggested using the little man (found on the dashboard) that reflects how much of him is covered up (%'s) as in if a class has 50% of the class earning 85% or better the little m...See More
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    dianne champion On 7/13/12, SE Oklahoma Library Media Specialist wrote:

    > On 6/25/12, Lit Coach wrote:

    >> I hope you will have a space on that bulletin board to post the names

    >> of the teachers who have taught 85% of their students to be critical

    >> readers and thinkers. Oe perhaps you could post the each...See More
    Oct 27, 2013
    melodie On 10/08/11, Heather wrote: > I bought a Carson Dellosa set that looks like a bookshelf. Kids > will earn a book spine to put their name on when they meet a > new level. They'll begin on the bottom shelf & add a book to > each shelf as they meet goals. > I have airplanes and hot air balloons with the students' names > on them....See More
    Sep 25, 2015

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