Calling all fans of adventure… welcome to our Green Ember Book Club!
During this 15 week class, we will be reading the 1st and 2nd books of the Green Ember series (Green Ember and Ember Falls), and we will be having lots of fun along the way. Each week we will meet to discuss the book (we will not read in class) and we will also do a fun craft or activity in class. I will also be adding some printables each week that can consist of art projects, recipes, writing projects, crosswords, coloring, informational pages… and more!
Our first week will be an introductory class, where we will meet and greet. We will also be making bookmarks for our club, to use for this book and future adventures! The following weeks, I will split up the reading as to not overwhelm any learner, but still making it possible to finish the books during the remaining weeks.
- Our first class will be an introduction and information class, with a craft… to aid in our reading.
- Classes 2-7 will be devoted to The Green Ember. Each week I will assign a number of chapters that we will discuss the following week.
- Classes 8-15 will be devoted to Ember Falls. Each week I will assign a number of chapters that we will discuss the following week.
During class, we will discuss what we have read, share thoughts and ideas, and do a book related craft or activity. This club will help learners learn to share their ideas with others, make friends, allow for expression during activity/craft time, and hopefully spark the value of reading!
Each week we will also have a game or craft to go along with the material read. Note that all “crafts” will be made with usual household materials, paper, paper plated, tin foil, and the like… and they will be specified in the classroom. Games will be Kahoot (though it is not required that a learner play via a device)!
Also note, this club can be for those that have ALREADY read the book, however, PLEASE… instruct your learner not to give any SPOILERS!
Last note – This class does better with more learners to share the learning, listening, and discussion… which is why I must have a minimum of 4 learners. I am open to all ages (under 18) learning and discussing together, as long as they are comfortable with reading and sharing, all students are welcome. If we do not have a minimum of 4, we can bump the class out to gain more students and as a last resort, the class will be canceled (with a refund). Any questions, please ask!