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differentiated reader response cards, kids will never know AND a video tutorial about printing on sticky notes!

Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more!  $  Great to have on hand every day!

Reading Response Questions

These Reading Response Question Cards are a great idea. You can hang them around your room and have children respond to questions off of them. They have my questions about the characters, plot and others!

Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature. Differentiated at three levels. Common Core aligned. Perfect for guided reading, book clubs, and practicing key reading skills. (Gr 2-5) $

Reader's Notebook Response Pages for Literature *HALF-PAGE SET

Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature.

Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Anchor chart that gives students sentence starters that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Awesome idea for retelling/ summarizing

Story Map Chart - laminate then use post-its to change to diffrent stories; turn into thinking map (tree map, brace map) laminate and use post its

Free bookmarks, and free cut-outs for reading  journals.

Reading Journals

One of the best reading response prompts out there & Cut and add to reading journal? Great for respond to reading!

Reading Responses – Non-Fiction | ELA in the middle

Reading Responses – Non-Fiction

Ok, so this is WAAAAAAAAY simplified for my kiddos. BUT, they have no idea what "character analysis" means; I believe a less kiddy version of this may help.

Teaching 4 Real: Reading Responses The Common Core Way Character Analysis with text evidence

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