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Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

FREE Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

I like how students can keep track of genres as well as make goals for themselves.

iTeach What am I reading goal/tally sheet - maybe to support the 40 book goal across genres

Genres

Reader's notebook ideas: genre overview that each child can have in their reader's notebook.

Buzzing with Ms. B: New Unit: Nonfiction Features! The font is cutesy but I think we could pull a text for my kids' grade level and still use this.

Guided Reading: Buzzing with Ms. B: New Unit: Nonfiction Features! The font is cutesy but I think we could pull a text for my kids' grade level and still use this.

Book Challenge Reading Logs {Freebie!} - neat idea and a good spin off from regular reading logs

Motivate your students to read a variety of genres with the and 30 Book Challenge Reading Logs. Your students will read either 15 books, 20 books, or 30 books of varying genres, recording the titles on their reading logs. Once your students have met their

Hello Literacy: found this during my curriculum writing today... great ideas!

Nonfiction Genres anchor chart Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised ~~ One list of genres

Board Title: Library Gems  Top Pin:  Story Element Outlines for Folktales, Fables, Myths, Legends and Tall Tales

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh my! This post includes many anchor charts, plus an outline for a six week unit on folktales.

10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart

10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart

Reinforce good student character traits with this 10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart. The eye-catching, colorful chalkboard design is sure to encourage your learners to be the best students they can

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