I was choosing my activities for this next week, and I found a really cool passport on Seussville.com. The only problem with that passport is that I couldn't choose the books we were reading that day. Plus, I wanted an activity for my students to respond to each of the books. We are working on feeling comfortable spelling words on our own, so I wanted them to write their own sentences. So, I made my own version.
I am really super excited to try it out. I think my students are really going to like it.
The pages are formatted to be copied double sided and stapled down the middle.
These are the passport stamps for the "book stamp" space. I made two pages of different book covers.
If you want your own Read Across America passport, click here. I hope you have fun celebrating the joy of reading!
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