There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site
  • Cindy H

    Reading Notebook - great ideas, including printables. Easily adaptable for homeschool use and helpful for building a portfolio of student work.

  • Julie Ehrgood

    Reading Notebook website

  • Kelly Hall

    Reader's notebook ideas.

  • Jennifer Hoyer

    Wow! I will be using this site! Reading Notebook- great ideas for authentic assessment with free printables!

Related Pins

Motivation to Read 1- Reader's Journal- I would use these with students as a private way to discuss a book they are reading in guided reading. I would have the students log in their journal periodically to see if they are reading and understanding the book they are assigned.

Must do these reading notebooks and begin writing about reading.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Reading notebook Jenny M thinking of revising my reading response next year...might incorporate some of this!

#LanguageArts #Daily5 #Reading I love the idea of a reading notebook that incorporates critical thinking skills; following this link leads to the thinking stems pages which are definitely worthwhile in copying down!

Third Grade Thinkers: Independent Reading and the Reading Journal

Reading notebook----students use this to write about what they are reading at home and school and take notes during reading lessons. Then, a note is written to the teacher at the end of every week to show what they are reading and their deep thoughts about their reading.

Thoughtful Logs - great ideas for journaling about author craft, genre, powerful words and phrases, etc. This post breaks everything down

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks - direct link to blog post

Idea for journaling about reading - use one side of the page for listing facts from the book and the other side for personal reflections.