Tug of War: Making Thinking Visible - an excellent resource for promoting engagement and higher order thinking skills! Useful as a warmup activity or closure to get students thinking about multiple historical perspectives.
Thinkmarks for Stop and Jot.would not want kids to write in the books, but could use post-it notes.if you did Daily 5 reading or any independent reading, this would be a great way to check into students' books to see if they are understanding.
Motivation to Read March Madness Tournament of Books. This bulletin board displays books that students read and rate to see which book will make it to the top by being rated highest. Class is split into groups that represent rounds.
HANDS-ON LEARNING FOR KIDS! Hands-on learning placemats provide students with a fun way to study reading skills. This tool can be placed in student interactive notebooks, attached to student desks, or sent home as a study tool.
Interactive board to share book recommendations in a way that will reach all students. Have students talk about the book before just placing the post-it on the board in order for the class to learn a bit more about each book on this list.