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Anchor Chart: Questions to ask about what we are reading-Asking questions and making connections to seemingly non connected things

Making Connections Anchor chart

Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read.

Main Idea Anchor Chart--Worked great in my fifth grade classroom! by maryann

Disney Teachers: Note~ This anchor chart also reiterates the five finger rule. ("Give a hand to summarize") Main Idea Anchor Chart

Reading block activities -  Sentence starters for writing about reading and lots of other great ideas!

Great sentence-stems chart for responding to reading. Perfect for Read to Self or Reading Response Journals

Start this theme ladder with your next read-aloud and add to it throughout the year. Theme is SO hard for kids, this makes it all make sense!

This literary analysis activity would allow students to think crtically about themes for different book throughout the school year. They would be able to keep tract of differnt books theyve read and compare them to the themes of other books.

beg/mid/end Looks like a good chart to use next week for 2nd grade text structure.

retelling beg/mid/end Looks like a good chart to use next week for grade text structure.

2nd Grade Anchor Charts: Summarizing.

Reading in the Content Areas- Summarizing Anchor Chart is a really super way to get the main idea in the summarizing. This is a great activity to do after reading.

Nice anchor chart to help kids understand what to include in a reader's response journal. This chart would be a nice addition to my 'talking back to our book' activity

Nice anchor chart to help kids understand what to include in a reader's response journal. This chart would be a nice addition to my 'talking back to our book' activity grade,Anchor Charts,AWESOME Anchors!

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