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Reading Response for Any Book: One Concept, Five Approaches

Reading Response for Any Book

from Scholastic Teachers

Five Minute Reading Responses

Five Minute Reading Responses Blogs, Tweets (not really, but cute), Tic-tac-Toe, 3-2-1, and many other quick reading responses.

from ELA in the middle

Reading Responses – Non-Fiction

Reading Responses - Non-Fiction

from teachingwithamountainview.com

Character Project for ANY Novel!

Character Project for ANY Novel! Covers character traits, conflict, and change. Free assignment sheet and rubric included.

from Edwarehouse

Tricky homophones chart

Convenient, useful learning tools that decorate as they educate! Each chart measures by Related lessons and activities are provided on the back of every chart. More

from Classroom Freebies Too

"Read and Roll!" Reading Responses

Classroom Freebies Too: "Read and Roll!" Reading Responses

Such a fun looking page for the kids to fill out after reading a book!

Super Cute Idea to introduce students to the concept of: Inferring