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Provide targeted sight word and fluency phrase practice with these booklets! Each booklet contains 100 Fry's words. All five booklets track 500 Fry's sight words with corresponding fluency phrases. Each booklet gets increasingly difficult. According to Fry's, these words span from K-5. Meet the needs of your varied levels of readers! Easy to put together, easy to track! These would work very well with a data binder and student-led learning too! There are master lists for easy teacher refe
“Great resource to hold students accountable by writing about what they are reading and using evidence from the text. My students enjoy these because they feel like they have a choice and it's not just a prompt for everyone. Thank you!” - Jennifer B.Every week, a teacher must grapple with an ancient mystery: “I love that my students are reading independently! But, how do I make sure they understand what they’re reading? How do I hold them accountable?”Wonder no more! These Reading Response Menus
I LOVE that this can work for ANY book.  I have packets made for my small group and I can easily have them flip to the page to work.  It is awesome! Thank you!” - Amy B.You’ve heard Book Clubs (or Literature Circles) are a fun way to get your students reading and talking about books. You’ve even heard Book Clubs make reading fun for your most reading-averse students. But how do you start them? How do you run them effectively? How do you make sure all your students—regardless of reading level—ge
Looking for an interactive read alouds notebook to teach reading comprehension strategies? Use ANY BOOK with these reading response activities. Perfect for kindergarten, first or second grade classrooms! The activities in this packet will enable your students to create reading response artifacts that they can refer to over and over. This resource includes journaling activities for EVERY Reading Literature Standard for Grades K-2.This interactive read aloud notebook will still be a wonderful a
This is the bundle of two sets of sight word booklets covering 1000 sight words. Provide targeted sight word and fluency phrase practice with these booklets!This file also contains aneditable template with instructions.A parent letter is included. Master lists for easy tracking are also included. Each booklet contains 100 Fry's words. All 10 booklets track Fry's sight words with corresponding fluency phrases list 1-1000. Easy to put together, easy to track! These would work very well with a da
Need a simple-to-use tool to help your students remember the reading comprehension skills and strategies they need to succeed? These 24 reading bookmarks will help students practice reading strategies and skills with questions and sentence frames. Use the reading bookmarks as strategy references or to keep track of reading skills across multiple books or reading comprehension passages.The bookmarks are divided into two categories:★ 17 Reading Skills bookmarks★ 7 Reading Strategies bookmarksEach
Book club activities for first and second grade classrooms!★Can you run successful book clubs in the primary grades?★It may seem like a stretch, but the spring is such a great time to get your students ready and used to reading, thinking about, and discussing books with their peers instead of me, the teacher!I created this unit as a guide to running book clubs in your primary classroom and provided some tools that your kids can successfully use! In this unit:IntroductionWhat book clubs look like
Segmenting words into individual sounds is critical for successful decoding!Phoneme segmentation is a technique for building phonemic awareness in which students break words into sounds- - saying each sound separately as they stretch out the word. Ie. Teacher asks, “How many sounds are there in the word frog?” Students says, “/f/ /r/ /o/ /g/....4 sounds!”In this packet you will find activities that incorporate phoneme segmentation in more of a “hands on” way. These activities can be used during
Organize your classroom library with over 2,000+ pages of large and small book labels. The labels allow for students to choose a specific genre, author, topic, guided reading level, Lexile, DRA, and more! Then they can return the book to it's correct location using smaller labels that can be printed onto sticker or label sheets and placed directly onto the book. There are large and small labels that come in two versions: black and white borders and colored borders. The large labels measure 7 3/4
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Book clubs are the perfect way to get your readers reading! Your students will love the choice and autonomy of book clubs. You will LOVE the self-direction, motivation, and authentic reading, writing, and responding to literature that book clubs will bring to your classroom! This resource can be printed or used digitally in Google Classroom or the learning management system of your choice that supports Google Slides. Click on the link included in the resource to gain access to the Google Slides
Add some depth and complexity to traditional Literature Circles with this complete and ready-to-use resource!You will be amazed by the level of discussion and critical thinking that will take place among your students. Each Literature Circle role (listed below) is directly connected to 11 elements of critical thinking: Big Ideas, Rules, Trends, Patterns, Language of the Discipline, Ethics, Relationships Over Time, Details, Unanswered Questions, Across Disciplines, and Multiple Perspectives). Ju
Grades:
4th - 9th, Adult Education
This is your complete handbook to implementing literature circles in the middle grades. I walk you through every step of the literature circle model, including: organization book selection quizzes role assignments and work the actual reading group meetings student choice Included in this pack are role sheets and examples for students to complete the following roles: Discussion Director Word Wizard Passage Picker Character Sketcher Figurative Language Finder (optional) I’ve included separate
This unit contains 30 reading response activities that your students can use during guided reading, whole class activities, or for independent work. Each reading response sheet is 1/2 page to save paper AND so your students can make a little "My Reading Booklet"Here's the reading response activities/graphic organizers included:1. Title Page for student booklet2. Describe a Character3. Cause and Effect4. Compare Two Characters (Venn Diagram)5. Letter to the Author6. What's the Main Idea7.
This tried-and-true set of graphic organizers is designed to help your students think deeply about their reading and develop their comprehension skills. Support your growing readers with over 200 quality graphic organizers for fiction. Use it with any fiction book or story. This will quickly become your favorite go-to resource for your reading class. Save time! There is no need to search everywhere. Find quality and proven graphic organizers to use with any reading skill or strategy that you tea
Literature Circles roles, job sheets, rubrics, activities and more are all included in this Literature Circles Made Simple resource! Get literature circles up and running with ease in your 2nd-4th grade classroom! Many 5th grade teachers also use this resource for students that are new to literature circles, or that need a little extra support.Job sheets are written in kid-friendly language, making it easy for students to complete their jobs independently! Differentiated versions of EVERY job s
***One of TpT's Top 100 Selling Items***EVERY PAGE IS EDITABLE!!!!! There are ten DIFFERENT reading logs with five days for each week. All questions can be used with any fiction book. and can be used for at-home reading or in-class reading... BOTH OPTIONS ARE INCLUDED.Each question is CCSS related and based on a comprehension reading strategy. Here are a few examples of questions asked on the reading records:During today’s reading, I can make a connection to: (circle one) text-to-self
Your students have a basic understanding of what text evidence is, but are struggling to incorporate it in their writing. The RACES strategy is designed to guide students through the process of answering a constructive response prompt. (or text-based prompts)This resource is equipped with Text Evidence Discussion Bubbles which are perfect for small groups, whole-group discussions, teacher-led centers, or even online learning! These sentence starters encourage students to speak about the text. --
Grades:
1st - 6th
CCSS:
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These menus are a fun-filled way to incorporate a variety of reading responses throughout the entire school year! The menu format provides two fiction and one nonfiction choice for each appetizer, main course, and dessert. Each fiction menu item is used twice throughout the entire year, so there's plenty of variety to go around! Each nonfiction menu item is alternated from month to month. Students will choose one of the three choices from each course- appetizer, main course, and dessert, and
Reading Comprehension All-in-One BUNDLE SET TWOA SECOND SET of the *Top 10 TpT resource* All-in-One Reading Passages Bundle! Same skills - brand new stories!!!After receiving so much positive feedback about the original and TpT top selling All-in-One Reading Passages Bundle, I couldn’t help but make another set! I’ve already found so many uses for an addition set of phonics-based stories in my classroom, and I know you will too!------------------------------------------------------------------
This 174 page novel study unit on Wonder by R.J. Palacio contains: List of Chapter Titles organized by Part 1-8 Book Part Teacher Cheat Sheets • Vocabulary for book part • Strategies to Focus On Chapter-related Activities • Vocabulary for each chapter • Important Events of each chapter • Comprehension + Inferring Questions for each chapter • Use of Figurative Language in chapters when used • Over 20 additional extension ideas, some chapter specific and some for the book in general Character
Grades:
4th - 6th
Do you use question stems to encourage critical thinking? It's easy to do when you have a list of questions written generally enough to be widely applicable. By keeping these question stems at your fingertips, the ability to practice thinking critically is always available!Revised Blooms Taxonomy Questions Stems are designed for a key ring. Laminate, hole punch at the top and put on a key ring for fast and easy access to question stems - anytime!Includes all 6 areas of Revised Blooms Taxonomy
This resource is PERFECT for helping you with conferring and teaching reading to students in guided reading levels A – Z (DRA AND Lexile levels too!) I created it after years and years of having various papers and binders to carry with me during reading conferences. I compiled various checklists and combined them with my own thirteen year experience to create simple pages to refer to while working with students.⭐ Create a reading level notebook to carry around while conferring or conducting gro
Add depth and complexity to your instruction with these Critical Thinking Task Cards for Literature! These tasks cards allow students to deeply analyze any fiction reading material through 11 topics of critical thinking: Big Ideas, Rules, Trends, Patterns, Language of the Discipline, Ethics, Relationships Over Time, Details, Unanswered Questions, Across Disciplines, and Multiple Perspectives. You will appreciate the versatility of these task cards; they can be used with almost any text (novels,

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