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Need help with Family reading night name and food

5 years 8 months ago #172654 by Rose H
Think you will find our Family Reading Night Kit helpful. It's a free download: www.ptotoday.com/sfn#family-reading-night.

Rose
5 years 8 months ago #172635 by Betty Davis
Replied by Betty Davis on topic Need help with Family reading night name and food
I'm planning a Family Night and will call it PJs and Bedtime Stories. I'm planning it during Book Fair to also help boost book sales. I'm not sure about our snacks yet but do think we might have a bake sale too.
12 years 5 months ago #158820 by Marie
Thank you for all the great ideas!
12 years 5 months ago #158791 by Lisa @ PTO Today
Replied by Lisa @ PTO Today on topic Re:Need help with Family reading night name and food
Thanks for all the ideas!

Marie, I posted this question on our Facebook page . Pop over there for more great ideas.

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12 years 6 months ago #158741 by Heather
What a great idea ordering through the cafeteria, I am going to use that.

Winter Holidays is a theme on it's own so I don't think you have to get too creative with giving it a name....

Why not have the chili and pj's..... Families will have dinner, bedtime stories and already be in their jamma's. :)
12 years 6 months ago #158740 by Melissa
I ran our first Reading Night last year, we served milk and cookies. We also had (luke warm) hot cocoa. Kids came in pjs. ( so did one of our teachers) It was a big hit!
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