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Bookworm Game

Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 1 2001

Summer reading lists can be daunting even for avid readers, but turning the list into a game will make this task more enjoyable. For each book your child reads, she earns a segment of the bookworm; every fourth or fifth segment hides the promise of a prize, such as an ice-cream cone or stickers. Glue construction-paper segments onto paper or poster board (cut a worm pattern from plain paper first); for prize segments, cut segments from folded paper, glue down the back, then open and draw a picture of the prize inside. Tack down flap with a sticker.

Comments (3)

  • 13 Aug, 2012

    I love this idea. Great for homeschooling!

  • 13 Aug, 2012

    I love this idea. Great for homeschooling!

  • 7 Jul, 2011

    THE BOOKWORM GAME LOOKS LIKE A GREAT IDEA FOR MY 1ST GRADE STUDENTS!