Helping parents help their students with questions to ask after reading! (Free Download)

Questions to Ask About Reading

Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading. Or to send home for journal writing with summer reading

File this under Growth MIndset tools! This is a wonderful anchor chart. Perhaps one of the few times I might include the "what not to do" when coaching, teaching or modeling!

What's Under Your Cape? A Book Study Blog-Hop

What Can I Say to Myself? poster--Growth Mindset poster--teachers can create positive, growth mindset-type anchor charts for student self-talk.

close reading evidence posters for primary students

Close Reading for Beginners

Close reading evidence posters for primary students. This would be helpful to use for verbal and written responses. Make a better one for older students but good sentence starters

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day. Fun and creative way of getting missed work to students who were absent

Growth Mindset Bulletin Board

Growth Mindset Bulletin Board (Undercover Classroom)

Collaborative posters: Each student has one colored marker. Students are not allowed to swap colors with other students. Teacher can assess at a glance who contributed what to the activity.

GREAT IDEA : Collaborative posters : Each student has one colored marker. Students are not allowed to swap colors with other students. Teacher can assess at a glance who contributed what to the activity.

Light Bulbs and Laughter - Multiplication Give Me 5 Worksheet and poster. FREE!

Light Bulbs and Laughter - Multiplication Give Me 5 Worksheet and poster. 5 ways to represent or solve a multiplication problem.

Creating Readers and Writers: Close Reading: A Chart Collection

Helping primary students understand close reading ~ Love this anchor chart shared by Andrea Knight!

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