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    Kindergarten/ Story Elements

    Kindergarten/ Story Elements

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    KinderLiteracy in ACTION!

    KinderLiteracy in ACTION!

    Fiction vs. Non-fiction (song for kids about distinguishing fiction vs. non-fiction texts) - YouTube

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    Questions to ask yourself, while reading!!! Anchor Chart to Make!

    .✏ Mrs. Stanford's Class ✏.: Anchor Charts Galore!!

    FREE Reading Response Sheet!

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    The Author's Purpose Tree Map. Love this idea to chart books we have read in class. #daily5

    Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: Author's Purpose

    MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

    The Teacher in Me: Main Idea and Supporting Details Fun Activity

    Let's Talk About Books! linky

    Mrs Jump's class: Let's Talk About Books! linky

    visualizing... Would be awesome if teacher read this aloud to class, then students had to draw what they thought the giant looked like, based on what they heard.

    Welcome to Room 36!: mental images

    Mrs Jump's Class: Froggy Fun! Character Analysis chart

    Mrs Jump's class: Froggy Fun!

    First Grade Fairytales: TBT & A Valentine Mental Images Freebie!

    First Grade Fairytales: TBT & A Valentine Mental Images Freebie!

    Mental images-great lesson

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    Mrs Jump's class

    Growing Kinders: Mental Images with great poem to go with the lesson!

    Growing Kinders: Mental Images

    Improve reading comprehension skills - Making this a routine to ask students "What are you thinking?" and, in the beginning, they must respond with one of these prompts

    Online Reading Comprehension Software Programs from Gemm Learning

    Week 1 Teaching sequencing with Humpty Dumpty

    Life in First Grade: November 2012

    Fantasy vs. Reality - Repinned by

    The First Grade Jungle

    Fantasy vs reality chart

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    Week 1:!Key details in nonfiction - what is this book teaching?: "where are they?" "how do they do it?" "what do they do?" "who or what is the book about?"

    Non-Fiction, Non-Problem

    This is great! I bet my students would really understand story structure with this chart!

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    Use with post-it notes for any story - I'm making this today. Post -it notes can be stored for assessment and portfolios later

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    story map for reading comprehension activities. laminate blank template poster + use boardmaker communication boards to have students organize vocab/story info into appropriate categories.

    Growing Kinders

    Teaching mental images...visualizing

    Growing Kinders: Mental Images

    Lists of books that work well for modeling each comprehension strategy:)

    Reading Mentor Texts

    Live, Love, Laugh Everyday in Kindergarten: FREEBIE!

    Live, Love, Laugh Everyday in Kindergarten: Tax Break Sale!!!

    First, next, then, last... HILARIOUS! (4:20)

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