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Reading Journals

Keeping a reading journal is a fantastic way to encourage a child to think deeply about whatever he his reading. It works especially well with fiction novels, but can be used with non-fiction as well. There is no right or wrong with a reader's...
Shelley Gray {Teaching in the Early Years}

Reading journals....instructions on how to make a standing mini-office with different reading responses

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