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story map-post-it note poster. Can make a mini version for students to keep in their reading journal with the mini post-its

If you have never read Too Many Pumpkins, it's a must read. So cute! One of my favorites. It's great to teach making predictions because most of the pages end with "until...". We filled in our story map after reading the story.

title. character. setting. problem. solution. nice twist on listening center recording sheet.

Emily Stewart, this is a super easy/cute way to work on story elements using (my favorite!) Post-It notes! You can take the Post-Its down and re-use the chart for a new story! Sure beats using boring chart paper!

I might turn this into a class project where each student has a targeted section of the story to illustrate and contribute...

Story maps help student pull the story apart and figure out what what it's all about. Some may think that this is unimportant to teach students in higher elementary grades but students still need to "learn to read" not only "read to learn" from kindergarten to middle school and beyond. This learning doesn't just stop once readers have a firm grasp on how to read.

Great Anchor Charts for Reading Accountability - General Effort in the Classroom Rubric.Great Common Core Guidelines School embracing common core and technology. Review Literacy Blog as possible for our classroom.

Story Map Graphic Organizer

sorry, I reposted this only as an example of A REALLY DUMB WAY TO TRY TO LEARN TO WRITE. You're not fitting pipes or changing your oil. You're writing a story. If you do it by following directions, it will be flat, and it will suck. You just write down a bunch of honest, brave things. Thing's you're scared to say. You do NOT. Follow. A. Fucking. Chart.

Checkout this great post on Preschool Lesson Plans!