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Wonder & Wisdom 5x7 Reading Challenge Dashboard and Sticker Trackers - RC348

Wonder & Wisdom 5x7 Reading Challenge Dashboard and Sticker Trackers - RC348

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This set comes with two 4.75" x 6.75" dashboards made with our sticker paper. This means that you can hole punch it and use it as is OR you can peel the backing off to stick in your planner. It also comes with a sheet of our book and deco stickers to be used on the dashboard or elsewhere in your planner

The third sheet comes with stickers for the gods and goddesses along with some reading stickers and a "badge" sticker for tracking that you've completed the challenge

Here are the prompts:

  • Aphrodite: Aphrodite is the goddess of love, sex, and beauty so for this one, you might read a love story or a story that has love as a focal point, whether that love is romantic or platonic. You could read a book that focuses on beauty, which could be a plot point or just a beautiful cover.
  • Apollo: Apollo is the God of archery, music, and dance and was one of the most feared. You may read a book that has any of those elements involved or has those things featured on the cover. 
  • Artemis: Artemis was the goddess of the hunt so for this one, you may read a book where the characters are looking for something. She also is frequently featured with a deer or hunting dog, so maybe a character has a pet. 
  • Athena: Athena was the goddess of wisdom, reason and war so you may read a story where the characters are being mentored by a wise person or where they are fighting a war or preparing for war. 
  • Hades: Hades was the God of the Underworld and is frequently written about in Hades & Persephone retellings so you may read one of those or read a book about an anti-hero or morally gray character. 
  • Hermes: Hermes was the God of trade, wealth, luck, fertility, animal husbandry, sleep, language, thieves and travel so this prompt gives you a ton of options!
  • Medusa: Medusa is the only prompt that is not an actual goddess, but she has frequently become the subject of retellings in recent years and she tends to represent a threat meant to deter other dangerous threats. She can also represent deception. This gives you a ton of stuff to work with when looking for a book! You might find one where a character is looking for revenge or when a character has been double crossed. 
  • Persephone: Persephone was the Goddess of Spring so you may find a book that has new beginnings as a plot point or a character is embarking on a new journey. She is also frequently used in retellings of the Hades and Persephone love story so you may read a retelling of their story. 
  • Poseidon: Poseidon is the God of the Sea so you may find a story that uses him as a character or the characters are on the sea or the sea has a big part of the story. As the sea also features storms, you may even find a story that is dependent on a storm that occurred influencing the plot. 

We print on a high quality matte paper and your stickers will be amazingly vibrant and you will love them but please note that due to variances in monitor and phone screens, the colors may vary from what you see on screen.

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