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making connections...this is a pretty cool way to point out to the kids they need to connect to themselves, other text, or to their world! (And PLEASE, let it have some deeper meaning...)

Kim Adsit's Resources for Kindergarten Teachers, the Picnic Pals

Making Connections - maybe something like this could lead to more direct connections. I swear my students can connect two very different things just to talk about what they did over the weekend during reading. :) :) Gotta love 'em!

I Teach. What's your super power?: Making Connections

love this visual, will help my kindergarteners understand more easily what I'm asking them to do

From Debbie Diller's blog Making connections anchor chart

i know you're thinking, 'ashley, not for kindergarten' and...maybe, but i observed a class of first graders at the beginning of the year whose amazing teacher had already taught them this well enough that they could identify elements in grade level stories themselves

Love this visual. Great for all ages...

Mosaic of thought making connections examples. Several.