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    Super cute and useful bookmarks! Great for guided reading!

    Five Looks on a Book - Quick and Easy way for students to report on or review a book

    FREE READING RESPONSE DOWNLOADS~ Use for whole-group lessons or literacy work stations.

    Free Grading Template for Interactive Note-booking! Easy to use :-)

    Reading Response Homework That's Fun! What a great way to handle homework...and there is a freebie too!

    FREE Reading Response Ideas~ Activities include: Making and measuring animal replicas, mailing book "talk" postcards home, creating book-topic cereal box ads, and a lot more. Even if you get just one new idea, it's worth taking a minute to check out this creative and diverse list of ideas organized by genre!

    The Best List of Reading Response Questions Ever.

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    GREAT reading response pages - Oh my gosh...exactly what we need!!! Many options: general journal response, graphic organizer, elements of a story, plot, point of view, etc. Awesome!!!

    This graphic organizer is useful in getting students to identify story elements, specifically: characters, character details, setting and important events.

    Open Ended questions for second grade students

    How to write a concise summary for third graders! (FREEBIE!)

    FREE handout for critical literacy; questions readers try to answer when examining a text (or video) critically; readers' workshop

    Create●Teach●Share blog non-fiction response

    I Love 2 Teach: Leaving Tracks of My Thinking

    {freebie} 3 summary graphic organizers

    differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file

    Nonfiction - Common core.

    Story Skills / Story Elements

    A free set of 20 Open Ended Question Prompt Cards for your students to use to extend their critical thinking and comprehension on texts. Students have an open ended prompt like. "Would it be better if ______________________?" and they must fill in the blank and answer their own question.