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  • Chris Curfman

    Reading Center

  • Nicole White

    Daily 5 Listening to Reading Response sheets - great accountability for the listening center.

  • Megan

    First with Franklin: Listening Center Ideas and book response printables

  • Cassidy Gunter

    Daily 5 Sheet for students to reflect on listening center books. Great way to check for understanding. Students can independently complete these during c...

  • Satina Smith

    Daily 5 "Listen to Reading" Response Sheets...I wonder about binding a whole bunch of these and it could be a class book that the kids fill in as they go to the listening center ??? And adding rigor by making the student write a book review about it. Then the students can flip through the boom for ideas of other books they can read when they visit the center.

  • Jen Martinez

    Listening center response sheets. FREE!

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

worksheets for listening centers. i like these to help make kids more accountable when they are at the listening center during daily 5.may rework for k.

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

Sheet for students to reflect on listening center books. Great way to check for understanding. Students can independently complete these during c...

Have your early elementary children respond to what they listen to in the listening center with this sheet

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Student Response Sheet for Listening Center

Let the kids review books for each other. This two in one worksheet allows students to "review" the books for one another. Print on colored paper and hang the reviews around the book shelves, so other students can make "informed decisions" about what they want to read.

Would be good to see whether it's worth doing more projects that have to do with the book :-) maybe have a spot for "Why did you like or dislike the book?"

ipod listening centers - ask around for old iPods! You just never know who may help you out!

Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: good students to listen to a book and then fill out this sheet for homework, tell you about the main events, or listen for fluency while they re-tell the story. so many things with one worksheet!