Books on the Go 2017
What is Books on the Go?
– Books on the Go is a summer reading challenge held annually by Class Acts. Participants are asked to read minimally one book in English in order to register in the challenge.
– Books on the Go is open to all readers. Both English speakers and English learners are encouraged to participate! Readers aged 16 or younger who read at least one book in English this summer may register to enter Books on the Go, and those reading at least three books in English will be entered in a raffle for prizes, with the Books on the Go party for all registered readers on 15th September 2017 in Vyšehrad.
How it works:
- Sign up
- Your child should read as many books in English as possible during summer break (1st July – 31st August). Every book counts – no matter if your child reads just one or 100 books! You should only enter the books read between 1st July – 31st August 2017.
- As your child reads books in English, enter them into the reading record. By reading 1st book your child qualifies for the challenge or you can fill the reading record online.
- When your child is finished with reading this summer sign the reading record and return it to Class Acts (you can scan and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org) or fill online by 4th September.
- Sign up for Books on the Go party on 15th September from 4pm at Vyšehrad. All children will be rewarded by small gifts, there will be winner ceremony, raffle for prizes and most importantly together we will celebrate children’s reading success with games, storytelling. Party is open to everyone (not only children participated in Books on the Go).
- Class Acts will count all the pages read that summer based on received reading records and select readers who read the most books, the most pages in all age categories.
- Books on the Go final party (sign up) will take place on 15th September 2017 at Vyšehrad (Staré purkrabství).