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This packet of reading responses will help your students comprehend when reading fiction, non-fiction, or even when they listen to a book/cd digita...

This is great for my listening center. I dont like that I have to buy and the teacher just doesnt share :(

Great Listening Center Response Sheets! Use the Owl page- Who/ What Where When Why!

Reading response prompt journals are an excellent tool to incorporate into writing lessons.

I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups? ** Great idea- will edit it for history stuff!

Great idea for lesson closures for students to reflect on their learning and it can be used for a reading strategy.

Simple graphic organizer for the lower primary. I could also use this as a book report form.

Reading Response Activities -- some good post-reading activities that are differentiated for different learning intelligences (per Gardner's theory) and different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy [The link is broken, but you can read the ideas by enlarging the image.]

This reading response booklet is a great way to have your students interact with a text. This book focuses on character development, story elements...

Reading Response Log - For homework! LOVE THIS. Students must choose three different sentence starters throughout the week (which utilize Bloom's) and also record how many minutes they are reading every night & total for the week. Begins w a "weekend" slot, which I might make into Extra Credit. Designed to be due Fridays.

Daily 5 Listening to Reading Response sheets..... LOVE this!! I wish it had more of a writing response with it but I like the format! I often forget what book they wrote about which makes it hard to read their final product.