Michigan Reads! Guide for Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum now online

From the Library of Michigan Michigan Reads! program - a great resource for use with preK-2 students.  Check out the Michigan Reads! link at the bottom for connection to past One Book, One Community resources.

The Michigan Reads! Programming and Resource Guide 2017 for Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum is now online!  The guide contains information on early literacy, activities directly related to the 2017 book, templates, coloring, and more!  Written by Meagan K. Shedd, PhD, with contributions by Catherine Lancaster and additional activities by Kris Remenar and Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum author Lisa Wheeler.  
Access the Michigan Reads! Programming and Resource Guide 2017 Full Page Spreads here.  Or you may choose to open & print single pages of the Michigan Reads! Programming and Resource Guide 2017.

Inside the Programming & Resource Guide for Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum you will find: 
  • MI Reads! Introduction
  • Literacy Development
  • Resources…More Great Books to Share with Children
  • Digital Resources: Websites and Cell Phone and Tablet Applications
  • Notes for Educators When Thinking about Standards
  • Activities for Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum
  • Templates and Activity Sheets
  • References 

Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum Kits will begin being mailed out on Monday, January 16th for public libraries and Monday, January 23rd to public schools and select early childhood locations. Be sure to check with your administration to see if they received the kit for your location.  Public library kits will include the book, a poster, plus bookmarks; all other locations will be receiving a free book and poster.  Stay tuned for details the March 2017 Author Tour, possibly coming to an area near you.  For further information, please visit our website at www.michigan.gov/michiganreads

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