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Good idea - use small post-its to fill in the boxes. This one is for student reading binders with tiny post-its. The larger class poster will use 3 x 3 post-its for read-alouds. TEACHERSNOTEBOOK.COM

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

Funky First Grade Fun: Story Mapping...the site has a free graphic organzer and much more details.

incorporate photos into book art - would really help with comprehension.

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.

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.

Story Map - change to Song Map with Title, Author, Arranger, Key Signature, Time Signature - all to go with my sheet music language stuff... hmmm... Genius strikes again. ;o)

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.

Scary story map...I may use this on Halloween!