Get creative! The opportunities are endless when it comes to planning your Read Across America event.
Following are perennially successful activities.
Here are 11 ideas in case you've hit a creative wall. They will help your event be Seuss-sational!
Composed and donated to NEA by singer/songwriter Glenn Weiss. Sheet music is also available.
Thanks to Debra Angstead of Missouri-NEA for this inspiring oath. In one of the most wonderful events in Read Across America's history, Steven G. Breyer, Justice of the United States Supreme Court, administered this oath to a group of Washington, D.C. students. Gathered in the hallowed halls of the Supreme Court Library, the children promised to become life-long readers. Your students can do the same. Invite a local judge to officiate, or your principal or other appropriate individual.