list of TONS of children's books and fun activities to do with each

Children's books with crafts to match. From Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Children's Book Week - Share Your Favorite Children's Book Activities, Monday, May

Oh my gosh, this is the best thing ever!!! Book list that correlates with the ELA common core strands by grade level!!

Book list that correlates with the ELA common core strands by grade level! Book list that correlates with the ELA common core strands by grade level!

101 Read-Alouds for Elementary Aged Children  good list for us

101 Read aloud books for Elementary Aged Children. Also good book suggestions for elementary aged students to read to themselves.

Non-Fiction Response

Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised non fiction reading response

Lots of great ideas!

FOLDABLES: Graphic Organizer Examples

Great book for teaching similes- this link will also show books about antonyms, synonyms, sound words etc

Book, My Best Friend Is As Sharp As a Pencil: And Other Funny Classroom Portraits by Hanoch Piven (use to encourage creative self-portraits, teach similies/metaphors, teach descriptive language)

"NonFiction Find It and Check It" ready to print pages can be used with any nonfiction text. priced item

NonFiction Find It and Check It

Help your students identify nonfiction features. This packet reinforces what they should be aware of when reading nonfiction text. Ready to print pages can be used with any nonfiction text.

'In the Bag' book report  Front: draw an illustration of the main character.   1 Side: write about the character's likes and dislikes.   1Side: write about how the character interacts with other characters in the novel.   Back: write about how the character changed throughout the novel, and what events were responsible for the changes the character made.    "In the bag":10 objects that represented or reminded them of the main character

Paper Bag Character Assignment- I'm going to tailor this to work with my firsties this spring for our first book report!

visualizing

Effective readers create vivid images, even 'films', in their minds as they read. Teach your kindergartners how to cultivate this skill using these fantastic exercises from Deanna Jump, kindergarten.

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