Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature. Differentiated at three levels. Common Core aligned. Perfect for guided reading, book clubs, and practicing key reading skills. (Gr 2-5) $

Reader's Notebook Response Pages for Literature *HALF-PAGE SET

Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature. Differentiated at three levels. Common Core aligned. Perfect for guided reading, book clubs, and practicing key reading skills. (Gr 2-5) $

Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more!  $  Great to have on hand every day!

Reading Response Questions

Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more! $ Great to have on hand every day!

Reading Response Questions for Practically Any Book {freebie} - Fourth and Ten - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Reading Response Questions for Practically Any Book {freebie} - Fourth and Ten - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Fantastic printable cards for story comprehension... and they each relate to a Common Core Standard!

Fantastic printable cards for story comprehension... and they each relate to a Common Core Standard!

Culminating activity for Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, but could be used with any book. Students broke into pairs, I had 6 groups/6 stations. At each station they completed a sentence on a post it. I gave them prompts; for example, "Peter was jealous when...". They rotated every three minutes and then we shared all responses as a group.

Culminating activity for Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, but could be used with any book. Students broke into pairs, I had 6 groups/6 stations. At each station they completed a sentence on a post it. I gave them prompts; for example, "Peter was jealous when...". They rotated every three minutes and then we shared all responses as a group.

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