Reading Comprehension Strategy Posters- Zoo Animals Includes Making Connections, Questioning, Inferring, Synthesizing, Determining the Importance, and Visualizing. Each poster offers an explanation of the strategy and several "Thinking Stems" for your students to refer.

Reading Comprehension Strategy Posters- Zoo Animals Includes Making Connections, Questioning, Inferring, Synthesizing, Determining the Importance, and Visualizing. Each poster offers an explanation of the strategy and several "Thinking Stems" for your students to refer.

A Cupcake for the Teacher: Reading Center Starter Kit! Strategies and skills posters. Some posters have more than one worksheet option.

A Cupcake for the Teacher: Reading Center Starter Kit! Strategies and skills posters. Some posters have more than one worksheet option.

This is part of the free editing set from First Grade Wow. For kindergarten, I use it to show what they can do (smiley face in the check box) and what their newest personal challenge is (I highlight the check box).  They keep it in their writing folders. It helps differentiate learning and gives each student focus.  There are many other useful pages in the packet, too.  All free!

This is part of the free editing set from First Grade Wow. For kindergarten, I use it to show what they can do (smiley face in the check box) and what their newest personal challenge is (I highlight the check box). They keep it in their writing folders. It helps differentiate learning and gives each student focus. There are many other useful pages in the packet, too. All free!

Close reading anchor...I like how this one has the "digging deeper" visual (image only)

Close reading anchor...I like how this one has the "digging deeper" visual (image only)

Exploring Affixes:  Write the affix down.  Give an example of a basic word with that affix.  Eg.  DIS  - Dislike.   As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition.  Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.

Exploring Affixes: Write the affix down. Give an example of a basic word with that affix. Eg. DIS - Dislike. As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition. Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.

Questions we should ask about what we are reading.  Parents can do this while reading to children.

Questions we should ask about what we are reading. Parents can do this while reading to children.

This is a great idea for a poster to put up in your classroom to discuss with the students how to think when reading. It covers 6 ways to think while reading; summarize, question, connect, infer, visualize, and predict. I would make this poster and put it up in my classroom to help model thinking and guide my students thinking process while reading.

This is a great idea for a poster to put up in your classroom to discuss with the students how to think when reading. It covers 6 ways to think while reading; summarize, question, connect, infer, visualize, and predict. I would make this poster and put it up in my classroom to help model thinking and guide my students thinking process while reading.

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