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Beginning of the year Reading Interviews for students and parents! Great Resource!

Assessment in My Reading Workshop | Scholastic

How can you implement a Reading Workshop and also assess your readers in an effective, efficient, and, most importantly, informative way?

Clutter-Free Classroom: Tips for Managing Book Buddies: Book Clubs and Reading Partnerships in the Classroom {printables, Literature Circles, Text-Based Discussion}Common Core Reading}

HOW TO MANAGE BOOK BUDDIES, BOOK CLUBS and READING PARTNERS in the CLASSROOM | Jodi Durgin Education Co.

Students love and are often motivated when given the chance to work or read with a partner or small group. On the other hand, they can become off task and fool around. Read below to learn how to manage book buddies, book clubs, and reading partners in your classroom. This blog post will… offer tips …

Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually. Reading surveys help you get a good grasp of where student's are at in their reading journey. This can be used at the beginning, middle or end of the year! *************************Looking for the Intermediate Reading Survey?

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Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books for your classroom library, helping you choose read alouds, and by giving you a place to start when building excitement around new titles, authors, series, and genres.

Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books for your classroom library, helping you choose read alouds, and by giving you a place to start when building excitement around new titles, authors, series, and genres.

Guided Reading Interest Inventory Survey: this survey is intended for first or second graders. It is to help plan for guided reading.

Reading Interest Inventory Survey

This is a quick reading survey to help you determine how your young students feel about reading. The survey forces them to pick one of two choices so that you can really determine what they like best. This short inventory was created with early first graders or even kindergarteners in mind. I ho...

Student Reading Interest Inventory--A great way to learn about your students!

Student Reading Interest Inventory

Want a great way to learn about your students and their reading habits and interests? Learning about your students is a great way to start the year and this is the perfect reading interest inventory to do it! Questions are in an easy to answer and check box format. By giving your students this re...

Hello everyone. I hope you're enjoying a relaxing summer. I take the time to plan and prep for the following school year during the summer...

Reading Surveys - Classroom Freebies

Hello everyone. I hope you’re enjoying a relaxing summer. I take the time to plan and prep for the following school year during the summer. One of the things I do is look thru the books I have and begin to think of the new books I want to use for the following year. I ... Read More about Reading Surveys

This is a quick reading survey to help you determine how your young students feel about reading. The survey forces them to pick one of two choices so that you can really determine what they like best. This short inventory was created with early first graders or even kindergarteners in mind. I hope it helps you to find out more about your young readers!

Reading Interest Inventory Survey

This is a quick reading survey to help you determine how your young students feel about reading. The survey forces them to pick one of two choices so that you can really determine what they like best. This short inventory was created with early first graders or even kindergarteners in mind. I ho...

Teaching Strategies that Work...Motivating Struggling Readers

Teaching Strategies that Motivate Your Students | Comprehension Connection

How do we motivate our students? It's a key component to reading success. This post includes 10 ideas you might try with your students.

Sweet Rhyme - Pure Reason: Read Beads, Brag Tags, and Giveaways, oh my!

Read Beads, Brag Tags, and Giveaways, oh my!

Time to link up with the wonderful Joanne from Head Over Heels for Teaching for Spark Student Motivation Saturday! After reading "The Book Whisperer" a couple years ago I decided to start requiring my kids to read books from all across the genres throughout the year. I set a high expectation for the number of books kids will read. 25 different chapter books! I ask students to read a certain number of each of the various genres, though I don't require them to read from the…

Reading Survey for Upper Grades More

Reading Survey for Upper Grades

A simple survey about students' reading habits and interests, suitable for grades 4-10+. I welcome your comments and suggestions! Please browse the other products in my store.

This Reading Survey helps me take an interest inventory on what my elementary kids are reading. It helps me get to know them better and build a classroom library that they will want to check out books from.

This Reading Survey helps me take an interest inventory on what my elementary kids are reading. It helps me get to know them better and build a classroom library that they will want to check out books from.

Use this quick Reading Attitude Survey to find out how your students feel about reading. For readers/writers pass out to individual students and have them complete on their own. For the younger non-readers (but "readers" of pictures and pretend reading) read the questions to them and have them circle the emoticon that best describes. Emoticon faces include: Angry (do not agree at all), Neutral face (kind of) and Smiley with heart (I love to!)

Teaching Resources, Printables, Worksheets and more | TeacherSherpa

Use this quick Reading Attitude Survey to find out how your students feel about reading. For readers/writers pass out to individual students and have them complete on their own. For the younger non-readers (but "readers" of pictures and pretend reading) read the questions to them and have them circle the emoticon that best describes. Emoticon faces include: Angry (do not agree at all), Neutral face (kind of) and Smiley with heart (I love to!)