Great Freebie posters for select a book to read at the correct level. recommended by Charlotte's Clips http://pinterest.com/kindkids/

Free Five Finger Rule posters - Have students use when picking out a book. // Search terms: Choosing books, choose a book, 5 finger rule

Reading Graphic Organizers

The Daily Five for Big Kids

The Daily Five for Big Kids

What To Discuss After Students Finish A Book During Guided Reading

What To Discuss After Students Finish A Book During Guided Reading

In today’s post, I’ll explain how I choose strategies to focus on after students finish reading the book in a guided reading lesson!

Reading Cheat Sheets

Teach Your Child to Read - This is genius! Such a huge teacher time saver for planning reading lessons. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Let your students become the teacher by giving them control over report cards! With this craftivity, students will be evaluating the character traits of 1 character in the book or story that they are reading.

Character Traits Craftivity

Let your students become the teacher by giving them control over report cards! With this craftivity, students will be evaluating the character traits of 1 character in the book or story that they are reading.

Daily Language Arts Review 4th Grade

Daily Language Arts Review - Daily Spiral Language Arts Review

36 Page unit for researching US Presidents.  Includes editable pages.

Presidents Research Writing Project

An Apple for the Teacher

An Apple for the Teacher

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom.  Teacher Giveaways

How To Help Your Students Work Independently

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Learning to write about characters is important and is a part of the Common Core and other state standards. Using a gradual release model helps show students how to think deeply about texts and how to write effectively. It helps students know what is expected as well. Third grade reading, fourth grade reading, fifth grade reading

Responding to Reading Prompts: Gradual Release Model

Learning to write about characters is important and is a part of the Common Core and other state standards. Using a gradual release model helps show students how to think deeply about texts and how to write effectively. It helps students know what is expected as well. Third grade reading, fourth grade reading, fifth grade reading

What Can I Work on as a Reader and a Writer - perfect for reading and writing conferences during readers workshop or writers workshop

7 Things I Learned in September

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom.

I can't believe that winter break is here already! This year is flying by, and I can definitely tell that it's time for a break.   My studen...

Easy Ways to Find Partners!

I can't believe that winter break is here already! My studen.

Reading Response Journal Prompts aligned to 4th grade common core

Reading Response Journal Prompts and Reading Logs - 4th Grade Read and Respond

Reading Response Journal Prompts aligned to 3rd grade common core. This packet contains 5 different logs to choose from (3 fiction and 2 nonfiction) that can be completed with any book. Each log has 7 to 11 different prompts for your student to choose from.

Reading Response Journal Prompts and Reading Logs - 3rd Grade Read and Respond

Reading Response Journal Prompts aligned to grade common core. This packet contains 5 different logs to choose from fiction and 2 nonfiction) that can be completed with any book. Each log has 7 to 11 different prompts for your student to choose from.

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