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Easy Craft Stick Minion bookmarks or reading pointers. They could also be used as spaces when teaching kids to write. The page also has other minion ideas.

1+1+1+1: The Hat printables story prop printables using real animal pictures ( good contrast to the story),clip & learn wheel with beginning sounds

The Hat Printables

Jan Brett is one of my five (grown) childrens' favorite authors. The Hat is a variation on the classic "mitten" tale. She also retold that as The Mitten (of course)

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From Busy Teacher's Cafe: Guided Reading Anecdotal Notes-A Guided reading observation list that is easy to check off observed reading behaviors!

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading...for those high readers!

Higher order thinking questions after reading - Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading.for those high readers!

A Discussion Table for Elijah of Buxton, to see what my students would have done differently or why they would've followed the same steps as Elijah.

Discussion Tables

Great for a shy book-club discussion tables. Pick a passage from a book you are reading {read aloud, book club book, etc.} and glue it to the center of bulletin board paper and have the students write their thoughts about the passage.

EDITABLE Weekly Fiction Reading Records with Comprehension Options (CCSS)

EDITABLE Weekly Fiction Reading Records with Comprehension Options (CCSS)

Weekly Reading Record with Comprehension Activities for each night FREEBIE I already do a reading log, but it's funny how they have been reading the same book for 6 months. Start in class first.

How to dress up like a character  using posterboard!

Biography or character report. For all of my teacher friends. Money is tight these days. A very good alternative to dressing up like the person! Would have never thought this idea! Could use for STEM social studies!

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be 3-4 stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i.e. one on characters, one on setting etc). Each stations has enough squares for each student in the class to write their answer. The question can be posted on the butcher paper, or on the wall. Students must support their answer with evidence by ofelia

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i. one on characters, one on setting etc).

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