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Battle of the Books 2012-13. Who can participate?. 4 th -5 th grade students Form teams of 4-6 students from the same grade level Everyone who wants to participate can. What’s it all about?. It’s like a book club for students who love to read and discuss books

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who can participate
Who can participate?
  • 4th-5th grade students
  • Form teams of 4-6 students from the same grade level
  • Everyone who wants to participate can
what s it all about
What’s it all about?
  • It’s like a book club for students who love to read and discuss books
  • Teams read from a list of 20 great books
  • Teams meet often to share impressions, compare notes and master the details
  • Teams compete in the spring
how do i sign up
How do I sign up?
  • Take home a registration form and talk it over with your parents (permission required)
  • Talk to your friends - round up a team
  • Recruit an adult team manager or coach to help you stay organized
  • Turn in your team forms to Ms. Hodgson by October 1st
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