Monthly Reading Challenges for Grades 2-6 will now be digital! No more trying to keep track of your paper tracker.
Welcome to Bookopolis!
You can login to www.bookopolis.com on computers or tablets with your username and password activated by Mrs. Hellem. If you have questions about this, please ask your teacher or Mrs. Hellem.
Watch this 5-minute intro tutorial video to learn more about what you can do in Bookopolis.
2. Add at least 3 books to your shelves. Use the search bar to type in titles or authors of books you’ve read, want to read, or are reading right now. You can also click on Find New Books from the top navigation bar to see recommended books from other young readers.
3. Write at least 1 book review. After you add a book to your shelf that you’ve already read, you can write a review of it. Click on the book jacket from your “I Read It’ shelf or search for the books and click on “Go to My Books.” Here are some tips on How to Write a Book Review.
4. Check out My Friends’ books. Students will be automatically connected with other students in your class as “Friends.” Click on My Friends to see your Bookopolis friends. Then, click on a friend’s avatar to see the books on your friends’ shelves.
5. Explore the points and badges rewards. As soon as you add a book to your shelf, you get your first badge! Whoo-hoo. Read about how badges and points work in Bookopolis here.
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