Readers’ Clubhouse

What is Readers' Clubhouse?

READERS' CLUBHOUSE

Lewis and Clark and Me

Author: Laurie Myers Think as you read: Seaman is a Newfoundland dog. What traits make Seaman a good swimmer? What ...
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Follow the Moon Home

Authors: Philippe Cousteau & Deborah Hopkinson Think as you read: What did you like best about this book? What connection ...
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My Side of the Mountain

Author: Jean Craighead George Think as you read: If you could take an adventure like Sam, where would you go ...
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Nim’s Island

Author: Wendy Orr Think as you read: How is nature protected on and around Nim’s Island? What do you think ...
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Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters

Author: Andrea Beaty Think as you read: Let’s talk about Rosie’s lab journal. Why did she write things down and ...
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WHY PARTICIPATE IN READERS’ CLUBHOUSE

Readers’ Clubhouse engages children in reading, thinking and talking about science. Learning to analyze and discuss different types of texts are important language skills that promote both reading comprehension and exploration of a variety of science concepts. Encouraging children to participate in Readers’ Clubhouse empowers children to investigate a broad range of fascinating books and science topics.

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