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Fiction and Non-Fiction Anchor Chart from The Book Fairy Goddess on TeachersNotebook.com - (9 pages) - A great anchor chart to teach the difference between Fiction and Non-Fiction books.

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Cause and Effect Song to the Adam's Family…listen carefully and you can write down the words…Love this!!

SERIOUSLY, how have I never heard of this website before? This site is FULL of wonderful interactive reading strategy games...

Folktales anchor charts...lots of reading/writing posters on this link

Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

Literature Circles Discussion Prompts and other free printables from Laura Candler's Teaching Resources

How do Readers know when to stop and jot? Nice image of an anchor chart on this topic.

Nonfiction Matters! Very cool idea- each flap then has an example of each of the text structures that the student create themselves.

Free Literature Circles Question Cards - These question stems are great for helping students generate discussion questions for Literature Circles.

One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart

One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart

Such a great author's purpose anchor chart that goes beyond P.I.E. Examples of each purpose is given too!

Free Literacy Printables in Laura Candler's online file cabinet. Freebies for general literacy activities, reading workshop, writing, language arts, poetry, and graphic organizers