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Comprehension Strategies...Questions to Help Kids Understand What They Are Reading. Great list to have handy during homework time and bedtime stories
This would foster students to become engaged readers, as it provides them tips to think about while reading, and to help them stay on task and focused with reading. This semester we have talked a lot about being self monitors and re-reading, so this poster correlates perfectly.
Reading group or intervention game! A fun idea would be to roll the die and begin a made-up story, each person that rolls tells the next part. 1. Roll all first. Write down your numbers. 2. Begin the story in numerical order. It does not matter how many play, just so there are 2, even if one is teacher or babysitter. Lots of fun in store! MamaPat
The parts of a reader: eyes for seeing important clues in the pictures and words; a curious mind to think about the ideas in books; ears for hearing what others think; a heart for connecting with stories; a mouth for reading with expression like a storyteller; hands for taking care of books and treating them gently. Books, books, books, lots and lots of books!