Reading Challenge Check In

A couple weeks ago, I set a goal for myself to read 4 hours a week and get it done before friday night. Although I am reading 4 hours or more a week I am having trouble getting everything done before Friday night! It seems that 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough for me to get everything done that I want to get done. I still want to pursue this goal and keep  working on it in the weeks to come until the semester is over. I also made the goal to switch from children’s picture books to young adult and middle school books every week. I have been reading a lot of young adult books lately and want to get back into reading children’s picture books. I think if I read too many long young adult books I will get burnt out and not want to read anymore so my goal for next week is to read 4 hours of short story books and picture books. I think if I stick to my goal of switching every week, I will be able to reach my goal of getting everything done before Friday night

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7 thoughts on “Reading Challenge Check In

  1. I also like balancing my reading with picture books, early elementary, middle grade, and young adult. So many of the young adult books take me a long time to read. I like to feel like I’m making lots of progress and finishing books so it’s important to me to also read shorter books!

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  2. I think that’s a great idea to balance your reading between children’s books and the other levels. I have a hard time doing that because I really like the upper level books because that is where I am interested in teaching! I really need to make myself read the younger level books.

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