Ways to Celebrate
Did someone say party? Publishing a book deserves more than a high five. Let’s be honest… most grown-ups can’t even put that on a resume. That kind of hard work deserves a
Here are a few publishing party ideas to show your young authors just how proud you are of all they’ve accomplished. Celebrating remotely can be just as fun as in-person with these fun ideas that can be adapted no matter where your students are learning.
After the party, hop over to the Community page to share with other teachers how you celebrated your published authors.
Nikki L., Altmayer Elementary School, De Pere, WI
Pinkies up! Read from your books over tea and cookies for a classic celebration of this special event.
Book Signing Party
Feel the excitement and pride as your published authors autograph each other’s books.
Inspired by Shakespeare or Silverstein? Let your proud poets take the stage (or zoom) to read to a captive audience.
Did your stories star lions, tigers and bears? Oh my! Dress up as animals to read from your books.
Did your class write about what they want to be when they grow up? Have them dress the part to celebrate.
Roll out the red carpet (or video background), dress to the nines, and show off your published work like celebrities.
Ice Cream Social
I scream, you scream… Celebrate with ice cream and reading as the school year sizzles to an end. Party at the park for a socially-distanced celebration!