‘Read for the Record’ campaign led by Satellite Center students
Blaire Bryant and Jasmine Simmons singing Old McDonald with New Sarpy Preschool students.
Read for the Record is a one day campaign designed to highlight the importance of early literacy skills and providing books to young children.
As part of the campaign, STAR students rehearsed reading the book and developed literacy questions for pre-reading, during reading and post reading comprehension.
They then engaged the preschool and kindergarten students in an activity which correlated to the book’s themes. Otis is a story about the friendship between a tractor and a young calf. The children, as well as the STAR students, really enjoyed themselves.
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