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By Carolinearnoldtravel @CarolineSArnold
Project:  LITERACY CHAINOn one of my school visits, I went into the library and found it festooned with paper chains.  When I looked closer, I saw that each link had the name of a book and the name of a child on it.  The chains were a clever way of keeping track of all the books the children had read during the year.
Here's how you can make your own literacy chain:
  • Cut strips of paper 1 inch wide and 8 ½ inches long.  When you finish reading a book, write the name of the book on a strip of paper.  Glue or tape the ends of the strip together to make a circle.  Do this with every book you read, connecting the circles to make a chain.  This is a good class or family project. You can use the chains to decorate a bulletin board, your room, the library, or at holiday time.

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