Blog Posts tagged: Bookbug Picture Book Prize

Two children sitting on a running track with the three shortlisted books in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize

Taking part in the #Bookbug Prize in Additional Support Needs Settings

It's not too late to register your pupils to vote for the country's favourite picture book in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize! This fantastic project is a great way to build a lifelong love of reading, and in this blog post, Siobhan Fraser of the Mary Russell School tells us how she used the prize to help pupils with additional support needs.

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Bookbug Picture Book Prize Ballot Box

#BookbugPrize: How Libraries Can Work with Schools

Libraries across Scotland work with schools and nurseries in different ways to help facilitate The Bookbug Picture Book Prize. Hear from Community Library Officer Angela Seaton on how she helped engage parents and get kids excited about the shortlist!

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Bookbug, Scottish Book Trust's Bookbug programme mascot, pictured with children on a running track

Use Our Resources to Make the Most of The Bookbug Picture Book Prize

Taking part in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize is a great opportunity to build a love of reading from an early age. We provide a lot of resources to help you make the most of the Prize - find out more in this blog post.

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Help Pupils with Additional Support Needs Take Part in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize

Taking part in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize and/or the Scottish Teenage Book Prize is a fantastic way to encourage your pupils to become lifelong readers! To help pupils with ASN read and discuss the shortlisted books, CALL Scotland produce fabulous resources every year. Find out more about these resources in this blog post.

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Kids with shortlisted books

Why YOU Should Take Part in the Bookbug Picture Book Prize

According to the teachers and librarians we work with, getting involved in the Bookbug Picture Book prize is a great way to get your pupils excited about reading. Check out this blog to hear directly from them about how the prize has made a difference in classrooms across Scotland!

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The Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2018: Meet the Authors and Illustrators

Celebrate the launch of the Bookbug Picture Book Prize 2018 by finding out about our shortlisted authors and illustrators and watching them read their books in our author videos!

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Celebrating the Bookbug Picture Book Prize: A Bedtime Stories Project at Troon Primary School

Troon Primary School were our Champion School for the 2017 Bookbug Picture Book Prize. Here Aileen Roan, Depute Head Teacher at Troon Primary, shares all of the brilliant activities which they did around the prize to get their whole school community buzzing about books.

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Image of three young children sitting beside Bookbug and holding up the three shortlisted books

Bookbug Picture Book Prize: Time to Vote!

It's nearly time for pupils aged 3-7 to vote in the 2017 Bookbug Picture Book Prize! Here's a quick and handy guide to voting, plus three possibly avenues of discussion opened up by the voting process.

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Numbers on race track

#BookbugPrize: How to Link Voting with Numeracy

In the run up to our voting deadline for The Bookbug Picture Book Prize on 8 December, we share some ideas and inspiration for linking numeracy to voting in the classroom.

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Excited P1s receive their Primary 1 packs in the Scottish Children's Book Awards!

The P1 Family Bag - how to crank up the excitement

St Patrick's Primary School created a week of fun around gifting the P1 Pack

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