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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.]

If the thought of guided reading makes you pull your hair out, or even if you are a guided reading guru who's looking for more materials, this 159 page packet has everything you need! For teachers unsure of where to begin, or who have seen the whole guided reading process go strangely wrong, the instructions in this packet help to lead you back to success.

{FREE} Help students monitor their comprehension with this Fix Up Strategies bookmark. This can be used in guided reading groups, in a reading journ...

An invaluable resource for any classroom teacher who teaches guided reading, uses literature groups, or loves reading workshop! Inspired by Fountas...

It's finished! 552 pages (yes..that's right!) of everything you need to teach guided reading levels M-P. There are even suggested book titles in fiction and nonfiction for each level! Save big and get the bonus book titles when purchasing these four resources combined!

Guided Reading blogpost ~setting up a routine for guided reading groups.

TPT Freebie -- A free collection of data sheets and a cover page to include in your reading binder. Included in this set are 5 different data collection/formative assessment tools and a description of how to utilize them in your classroom. From www.teacherspayte...

This is kind of like a CAFE BOARD FOR TEACHERS! It's a menu of skills to teach to guided reading groups, arranged by LEVEL!!! I wish I knew how to make a drooling emoticon, because I'd make like 100 of them right now!!!

FREE Guided Reading and Read Aloud Planning Sheets are included with a download of this product!

Guided Reading: Daily ideas on how to structure a small reading group

Runde's Room: guided reading...LOVE the "summary of learning" idea!