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      This has a front and back running record form and a form to keep track of students and dates that running records are taken....

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    Need a chart to track stamina for Daily 5? Search no more! Use one of these charts to track stamina for 10, 15 and 20 minutes.Disclaimer: The Daily 5 & CAFE resources are unofficial adaptations of the Daily 5 by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser. This freebie is not endorsed by the 2 Sisters.

    FREE Reading Strategies! Posters to help students decode unfamiliar words!

    Are you interested in implementing Daily 5? Check out this Daily 5 blog post for a TON of ideas & a 60+ page FREEBIE! #dailly5 #workonwriting #seusstastic

    writing about reading!

    I could not find matching Daily 5/CAFE bulletin boards/posted that went along with my classroom theme they are! In this set you will find:CAFE*CAFE headers*CAFE strategy cardsDaily 5*Daily 5 header*IPICK headers*EEKK*2 ways to read a bookCheck out set two for more goodies!The Daily 5 and CAFE are trademark and copy written content of Educational Design, LLC dba The 2 Sisters.

    This pack comes with my unofficial adaptation of the CAFE menu with 4 posters including:ComprehensionAccuracyFluencyExpand Vocabulary It comes with the 4 CAFE letters to use at the top of each column and with color coded strategy cards that go with each heading from the CAFE menu.

    These little "shopping cards" help guide emerging readers to shop productively for just-right books each week. You can read more about how we use these cards in our classroom at my blog post: Shopping Cards{Creating Readers and Writers Blog}

    FREE!! Daily 5 and CAFE!

    These book shopping lists will help make student book shopping in your classroom a breeze! These list cards include three spots to write in three different reading levels (easy, independent, and instructional). Simply print them on cardstock, laminate, and they are ready to go.

    Beginning of the Year Goodies

    Set Reading Goals with Students!Teaching students to set their own goals helps improve academic performance, increases motivation, and improves self-confidence. These CAFE Bulletin Board Headers and Goal Cards have all of the resources you will need to set reading goals with your student in one place!

    These cards were created to use with "The Cafe Book" by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser. The theme used with these cards is the polka dots. This set of polka dots does not have red, but blues, greens, purple, and black. Included in this packet are:InstructionsMain Header CardsStrategiesSmall Post-It Sized Cards (Can be used in place of the Post-It notes)This is an unofficial adaptation of the Daily 5 by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser and it is not endorsed by the 2 sisters.

    Stamina freebie---- tracking how long your students are able to read independently! I need to add this to our anchor chart!

    Polka Dots CAFE Literacy Menu is 23 page FREEBIE containing a a menu banner, CAFE headers, and CAFE strategy cards for you to use when you teach a specific reading skill.C-ComprehensionA-AccuracyF-FluencyE-Expand VocabularyThis download can be printed and used for an interactive bulletin board for use during guided reading mini lessons and/or silent reading time.

    MORE Class Pics AND New Daily Five CAFE Board with Strategy Cards... and I'm Sharing!

    This is the latest and greatest people!! Ladybug in all her kindness has gotten permission to share all this with us!! FOR FREE!! Bless her heart!

    Independent Reading Conferences

    My Favorite Book writing piece--photo of child holding book--how sweet!

    Top 5 Takeaways from The Daily 5: Second Edition

    Using The Daily 5 in your classroom? Grab some cute freebies from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom!

    *Updated 28/07/12 with 3 more cards.Add these cards to your CAFE board as you introduce each strategy to your class. Comes in American and British/Australian spelling.You can check out my blog downunderteacher.... for more freebies and ideas.

    Where do Reader's Read? LOVE THIS!!!! Definitely doing it the first week of school!

    Upper Elementary Fun!: It's Already 2014?!?! This would be awesome for learning how to annotate.