Five in a Row Booklist Bookmarks

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I’ve been trying to pick up some of the Five in a Row titles that I cannot find at my local library and do not already own…but since we have Before Five in a Row, and Five in a Row volumbers 1-3, that’s way too many books to memorize!  And I definitely cannot remember which ones we have at the library or at home and which ones we still need.

So, I decided I needed a list to keep with me, in my purse or wallet.  And the easiest idea was to make bookmarks!  I keep these in my wallet and whenever I have a moment to stop at Half Price Books or a garage sale, I can pop them out and know what I still need.

I’m sure there are others in my situation, so I thought sharing the bookmarks was the best way!

All of the Before Five in a Row, Five in a Row, and Beyond Five in a Row are included.  The colors on the bookmarks should loosely match the colors of the covers.

Please let me know if you find any errors or typos!

Go here to download the FIAR Bookmark Booklists!

9 thoughts on “Five in a Row Booklist Bookmarks”

    1. Becky, Five in a Row is a literary based curriculum that uses a lot of classic books. There are 4 volumes in the regular Five in a Row for kids 4-8, and they added on Before Five in a Row for younger kids and Beyond Five in a Row for older kids. Each manual has 10+ books with learning activity ideas to go with each book. It covers language arts, math, social studies, art, and more depending on the story.
      The general concept, and origin of the name, is that you read the same book for five days in a row and do an activity extension each day.

      I hope that helps! You can check out more at fiveinarow.com!

  1. Man, I wish I could hug you.  I want to use fiar, but the kits are intimidating, price wise.  I will be these as soon as I get on my computer. Thank you.

    1. We have bought very few of the Five in a Row books; only the ones that we absolutely love. I get most everything at the library! Even then, it helps having the booklist with me!

      I’d love to be able to spend $100+ on each kit and have all the books right there, but that just isn’t in our budget.

  2. oooh, good idea. I'm not familiar with the books myself but I do need to do someting like this for a number of series that I'm trying to collect without buying brand new. Will have to look up those books and see if they're available here in Australia.

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