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Million Word Reading Challenge

Million Words Reading Challenge
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The Million Word Challenge is a new approach to Independent Reading to inspire and engage students as readers. The challenge has students tracking their word counts, rather than the number of books or levels.

The Million Word Challenge Online App is created to make the process easier for schools to implement and manage a reading challenge. All of the program features have been developed with the input of Teachers, Librarians and Teacher-Librarians.

Key Features:
  • Designed to address the issue of reading proficiency
  • Help students develop habits that will make them successful students
  • Encourages your students to read outside of the classroom
  • Customisable front screen, background image and menu colours
  • Integrates seamlessly to your school website
  • Easy sign-up process
  • Securely hosted in Australia. No software installation required.


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  • Hobart City Council
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  • City of Melton
  • Dubbo Regional Council
  • Hobsons Bay City Council
  • City of Kingston
  • Mornington Peninsula Shire
  • Wyndham City
  • City of Brimbank
  • University of New England

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