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    Book Website: Type in a book title or type of book your are looking for and it gives you a web of book suggestions!

  • Amanda Lang

    Link goes to a 1st grade teacher's blog about this Reading Website - type in a book title or type of book you are looking for and it gives you a web of book suggestions.

  • Kathy Clay

    Brigid's Daily Lesson Log: Reading Website - type in a book title or type of book your are looking for and it gives you a web of book suggestions.

  • Jill Collopy

    Reading Website~ Choose one book title or type of book, and YourNextRead gives you a web of book suggestions. Learn more at Bits of First Grade's blog post!

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32 genre posters to display one at a time or all year long!Adorable clipart and short explanations for all readersincludes:fiction and nonfiction posters for younger grades or headers PLUS all these more specific genresinformationalbioautobiographymythpourquoi talemysteryadventuresports (fiction and non)fablefolktaletall talescience fictionrealistic fictionanimal fictionreferencepoetryfantasyfairy talehistorical fictionfolk taleTYPES of Textsletterspeechessaypicture booknovel/chapter bookgraphic...

I love this idea!!! Each kid reading ...ánd a very nice photo of all in your classroom! Van ieder kind dat lekker aan het lezen is een foto maken en er een leuke wandversiering voor in je lokaal van maken! leuk voor de eerste week!

YOUR NEXT READ. This amazing site (YourNextRead.com) asks visitors to type in the title of a favorite book, and it will generate a web of suggested titles for your "next" book. (Thanks to Brigid's Daily Lesson Log for this find.) www.yournextread....

Quick idea for a game: SS choose a type of sentence from their partner . Declaratives: Guess whether it is false or true . Interrogative: they answer the question Imperative : Perform the command . Exclamatory : answer accordingly. Any other ideas? Cristina Cabal

Name the Genre - could add space for kids to write in a book in that genre once they read

Free Reading Response Questions for practically any book!

Do your students tend to read the same sorts of books over and over? If they do, then this is the activity for them! This reading bingo game makes reading all sorts of books FUN! Kids read from the different categories to make a BINGO...In the meantime, they are reading a variety of books! $3.99