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main Forums Talk How is one page/picture in a book exciting for each child/parent?

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    I love that the classbook is free, but I just am not so sure my 4th graders will be as impressed if they can only contribute one page to one book. They’ll probably want to create their own, but we just don’t have the budget to support that.



    My students are young (kindergarten), so creating just one page in the book was more than enough of a commitment for us in terms of time and effort needed for each student to draft, edit, peer revise, illustrate, etc. I understand why older students might not find this as exciting. There is something about working together and creating something as a class – something bigger than ourselves – that really makes the project exciting, though.



    We had each of our students read the page they created out loud to the class for our publishing party. It made the single page contribution much more exciting.

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