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Okay teacher friend. It’s finally here. And I’m so excited! I’ve had this resource collecting dust on my computer for years now. I’ve been using this strategy in my classroom for the last few years, but haven’t had the energy or time (teacher life + mom life is exhausting, am I right?) to put it all together so that it’s ready to go for busy teachers like you! Well, it’s finally finished and I finally get to unveil it to you! Did you know I have a FREE downloadable reading response menu…
Kaleigh Rosengarten saved to My future classroom
In upper grade classrooms, students spend a great deal of time responding to the texts they read. Over the years I have found that no matter what grade level I teach, students have a difficult time wr
Reading response journals and menus are the perfect way to have your students writing about what they read. All you need to get started is a notebook!
andrea marshall saved to language arts
#touchdown23 Reading responses do not have to be challenging when you can use sentence stems to get you started! These reading response posters are great as a wall display, as a reference ring, or for student interactive notebooks. There are 12 categories that include over 80 sentence starters in la...
Joy Yoshihara saved to ELA
This huge Reading Worksheet Printable Pack features 100 different printables for bookwork activities. There are both fiction and non-fiction printables that are able to be used with ANY TEXT which means that this pack can be reused all year round. There are SO many different activities which allow students to practice and develop many reading-related skills. They are great for developing comprehension which is one of the most important reading skills. Many of the activities also call for…
Darienne Wood saved to Teaching
Each classroom brings students of multiple learning styles and backgrounds. It is our job to provide opportunities that reach all of the many different learning styles that come to us. For this reason, it is
Elaine Brown saved to Reading
This free reading response choice board for fiction texts is
Kelly Bowling saved to Small groups
Not sure where to start when it comes to creating a Reading Response Journal? This post shares my favorite tool to use!
Amy Moser saved to School Stuff
Looking for free reading graphic organizers that will help your students think critically and deeply as they read, while meeting the common core reading standards? Grab this free set of reading graphic organizers that include organizers to address: comparing and contrasting, determining the theme, asking questions, summarizing fiction, finding the main idea, and understanding cause and effect. Click to grab this set for free.
Once you’ve got your students in a guided reading routine, it's time to have them exploring what they’re reading and completing activities that develop their comprehension skills. This is no small feat when it comes to young readers because their writing skills are generally not developed yet which makes it difficult for them to express themselves independently. In order to set your students up to become comprehension experts, here are some tips and an overview of the order of progression…
Mikayla Rayne saved to third grade!!!