Monday, November 7, 2011

Ravenous Readers Reaching Goal?

It's been a while since I updated the total number of reading minutes for our class. The latest total is...

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  • We have been in school 41 days. How many minutes has the class read each day?
  • We have 30 students. Use the total from above to help you figure out how much each student has read per day.
  • Our goal is to read 250,000 minutes altogether. How many more minutes do we need to read in order to reach our goal?
  • Do you think we will reach our goal?


  1. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    Wow we have 39,973 that is a lot of minutes!! I hope we reach are goal at 250,000. I hope Mr.Pahl will sleep on the roof.
    Anna C

  2. Dear Class I’m sorry I can only answer one question and it is if we will reach our goal. I think we will reach our goal because everyone is a excellent reader! :) Sincerely, a student in Mr.Pahl's class

  3. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I hope we break the record of 250,000 minutes by the end of the year for you to sleep on the roof of Sunnyland Elementary School .We are going crazy over us to read 250,000 minutes

    From your student Cyrus

  4. Dear class,
    I think it is really cool that our class has read 34,473 minutes plus this week so we actually read a lot more than that. Keep up the good work class!


  5. Dear class,
    I can't believe we read all those minutes! I will do all I can to read 1,000 minutes a week.

  6. I can't believe that we read all those minutes!
    I will do all I can to read 1,000 minutes a month.

  7. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I think it’s amazing we already read that much. But we still have a long way to go!
    Ashley K.
    Sunnyland School in Bellingham, WA

  8. Dear class,
    We are going to make it. Do your best and try to read as much as you can. We can make it so Mr. Pahl can sleep on the roof of the school for one whole night.



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