West Yadkin Elementary invites rising 4th - 5th grade students to embark on a reading adventure.
The Battle of the Books is a reading focused quiz competition. Team members read, read and re-read! The list for the 2023-2024year is filled with exciting stories for boys and girls. Grab a book and dive in!
What is Battle of the Books?
Elementary Battle of the Books is a program that challenges students to read a selection of novels and compete as a team in answering various questions. The purpose of Elementary Battle of the Books is to motivate students to read, monitor their own comprehension, and become active participants in book discussions. Battle of the Books encourages students to read quality literature on a variety of topics and themes, The books are written at different levels that will both challenge and entertain students. Through Elementary Battle of the Books, we strive to promote a love for literature and the important character education goals of teamwork, respect, and good sportsmanship.
Students who are interested in joining must have permission from parents/guardians and a recommendation of a teacher. Students must also meet the guidelines listed below:
Read at least 5 EBOB books from your grade level by November 17th.
The Miscalculations Of Lightning Girl
The Hero Two Doors Down
Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library
The Total Eclipse of Nestor Lopez
Amari and the Night Brothers
Not If I Can Help It
The Elephant in the Room
Walls Within Walls
Where the Watermelons Grow
The Very, Very Far North
The West Yadkin Elementary Battle of the Books county competition will be held in March. We invite parents to attend and show their support.
Memorize book titles and authors by December 22.
You will be cut in January if the above guidelines are not met.
Read the rest of the EBOB books by the end of February.
Re-read grade level books by March.
Have a good attitude, excellent behavior, consider teammates’ suggestions, and follow directions.
*Team members are expected to meet personal and classroom reading goals in order to continue with the EBOB team.
We can only take 12 students to the competition, so students should try their hardest to meet the guidelines. Students who read the most books and demonstrate knowledge of the books will compete at the district level. Only 6 team members will play in each competition round. Team members who have the most books read and the most questions answered correctly during practice will be part of the top 12 team.