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Anchor Chart: How do readers get ready to read nonfiction? Blog post from Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

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FREE Student Guided Reading Level Chart .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools & other fun teaching stuff :)

FREE Student Guided Reading Level Chart

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I love using these question stems with my readers. They are great for getting them on the right thinking path!

EVERYONE needs a good collection of comprehension questions listed in plain sight!!!

Think you know the main idea? Prove it! HA ha... my team and I laughed at the suggestion to tell them to "prove it" with details when we made our organizer--- but I guess it's just that simple!

cool idea for tracking accelerated reader points!

check out our schema...kinda like a different version of a KWL chart

Free Five Finger Rule Posters- Have students use when picking out a book.

iTune into Reading {FREE Daily 5 Posters}

Daily 5 & CAFE Posters - Polka Dot Background

Inference: What are three things you can tell about the person who these feet belong to? This comes from an entire pinboard dedicated to teaching inference.