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Fairview families participate in reading night

10:24 PM, Feb. 9, 2013  |  Comments
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Fairview Elementary School in Plymouth recently held a family reading night with games, activities and a book swap.

"The main objective of the family reading night was to illustrate to students and parents the importance of reading," Melissa Costello, Fairview library media specialist, said in a news release.

About 200 parents and students attended the free event, held Jan. 24 at the school. Families could play a number of reading games, including sight word "island hopping" and board games featuring punctuation, synonyms and antonyms and rhymes.

Students could design a bookmark to take home, and participate in a book swap. District reading specialists offered ways for parents to support their children's reading efforts.

The event was presented by the Fairview PTO and Fairview staff.

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