This post is sponsored on behalf of Kellogg’s. This free printable Spinner Reading Challenge is perfect for pairing up with all those free books! Combine your kids’ love for spinners with their favorite Scholastic books and your kids will be begging to choose their favorite books for this challenge. Reading opens children’s minds to new possibilities, builds their imagination and is just plain fun!
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Materials Needed for the Spinner Reading Challenge:
Paper | Printer | Paper Clip | Pencil or Paper Fastener | Washi Tape | Free Books
To get started with the spinner reading challenge, simply print the spinner reading challenge printable below.
Then, create a spinner with a paper clip and paper fastener. Make the spinner extra fun by wrapping the end of the paper clip with washi tape. Let them customize their own spinner by choosing their own washi tape. (My kids are obsessed with all the fun prints and colors!)
Center the spinner in the middle of your chosen reading challenge page and SPIN! Then, complete the challenge for whichever option the spinner points to.
Get your kids excited about choosing fun books or explore reading in a new way.
Some of the choices include:
- Read a non-fiction book.
- Read at the park.
- Read under a tree.
- Read a book about a superhero.
- Read a book upside down. (This could get interesting!)
There is also a blank spinner, so that you can create your own challenge with your kids! What challenges can you think of?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
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Once your child’s creativity is sparked with this fun activity, take it a step further with these engaging resources:
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