Pass the Torch Blog Linky

K-6th grade teachers can participate in a fun academic linky to try out a new root-study program created by The Reading Olympians (http://readingolympian.blogspot.com/).

Participants will be given a portion of the Reading Olympian Root Study Program for his/her grade level(s) upon filling out the questionnaire below. Each participant will be given 2 weeks time to use at least one lesson from the program with their class, take pictures, and create a blog post describing how you implemented and used the lesson with the students.

ALL blog posts will be scheduled to be published on the same date, so that readers can read and see how the program is used in various grade levels and teaching styles. Those of you who sign up to participate will receive the resources, directions, deadline dates, and images for the blog post after the closing date to sign up has passed. You will be able to ask questions and get some tips straight from the Reading Olympians Authors, Krista Miller & Julie Kiss.

If you do not have a blog, but would like to participate, please contact Michelle Tsivgadellis (The 3AM Teacher) to make arrangements. We want to give everyone a chance to participate!!

This sign up form will be available from Thursday, February 21st to Wednesday, March 6th.

*****Please keep in mind that the directions and resources will be given to each participant on March 7th- 10th.
Each participant will be given two weeks to use at least one lesson in the classroom and a posting date deadline. We expect that the final published posts will go up towards the last week in March.

Participants will be entered into a drawing and will receive special gifts from The 3AM teacher!!

Thank you so much for signing up & we look forward to linking up with you!!
Michelle
The 3AM Teacher
Reading Olympians: Marketing & Design

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