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  • JoceyKaye

    Love this reading log! Each day the students answer a question about the book they have been reading. Monday – Characters/ Setting, Tuesday – Problem, Wednesday – Solution, Thursday – Author’s Purpose, Friday – Favorite Part. I really like this idea!

  • Julia Taylor

    Each day the students answer a question about the book they have been reading. Monday – Characters/ Setting, Tuesday – Problem, Wednesday – Solution, Thursday – Author’s Purpose, Friday – Favorite Part. Reading Journals

  • Sherene Gardner

    First Grade Fabulous Fish: Literacy Block

  • Angelyn McGhee

    Independent Rding Center idea: Each day the students answer a question about the book they have been reading. Monday – Characters/ Setting, Tuesday – Problem, Wednesday – Solution, Thursday – Author’s Purpose, Friday – Favorite Part. I really like this idea!

  • Tammy Whitaker

    Great ideas for organizing centers and independent reading journals

  • Heather Lodes

    Reading center ideas

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