October 10, 2016

Biblionasium - Reading Social Network for Kids

Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!

As an avid reader and list maker, I fell in love with GoodReads! It was a great way to keep track of books I've read and ones that I want to read. Users can review books and get new book recommendations. The best part is connecting with my friends and sharing our love of books!

So when I found out about BiblioNasium I was thrilled!! It is essentially GoodReads for students. They can keep track of their books, write reviews, and make suggestions for their peers.

Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!
Student's Individual Bookshelf


Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!
Options for each book.


Students LOVED sending book recommendations to their friends!

Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!


Teachers have many options for managing their students. As an interventionist, it is nice to be able to manage multiple groups. Teachers can assign or recommend specific books to students. Reports about the students' reading logs are also available, which show the minutes logged, number of pages logged, books read, and reading level.  

Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!


Teachers can also set up reading challenges for their students, which just adds an extra element of fun.

Biblionasium is an engaging website that helps students become excited about reading. Find out how to easily implement this online social network with your students!

Last year was my first experience using BiblioNasium.  I started out small by only introducing it to one of my groups, but the students all really enjoyed using it! My goal this year is to use it with more of my small groups and encourage teachers to use it as well. It would have made a bigger impact if the students logged the books they read in class in addition to the ones we read together. I'm definitely optimistic about all that we can accomplish with BiblioNasium this year!

Do you think BiblioNasium is something your students would benefit from and enjoy? Let me know your thoughts!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the shout out. We are proud to be a partner to educators to support reading with children.

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