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Great for the reading center- The only thing I don't like is that it's an image, not a link to how they came up with it or how to get a copy of our own.

I'm a BIG fan of sticky notes...a list of ways kids can use sticky notes to record their thinking while reading - their metacognition....

Another Pinner wrote: Reading Genres Poster - I like the concept of this, but the choice of colors is confusing. I think I'll make one for our 8th grade genres that makes a bit more sense. I'd like the students to be able to place the "pencil" similarities as well.

ASSESSING AND ORGANIZING READER'S WORKSHOP -- based on the book, "Day-to-Day Assessment in the Reading Workshop". Printable forms and ideas for setting up a binder to collect and organize data. (click on Expand to Read More for the full article)

Non-Fiction Insert for Reading Journals - What I like about this is most common source is upper left and least commonly used source is in lower right, with others sources from most to least used based on their relationship to these 2 corners.

Library Center directions--- little more grown up looking for my 3rd graders but great way to explain "read to self"

Lots of good ideas on this site for guided reading and student led conferences!!!!

Every classroom library needs to have Reading Genre Posters! Each of these 10 FREE posters have pictures that correspond to the definition of each genre.

I Love 2 Teach: Leaving Tracks of My Thinking

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

Responding to Non-fiction graphic organizer {free download}

#WritersWorkshop How do your students show what they know? Students need the language of evidence in order to provide it and this chart is a GREAT starting point. You could easily create "evidence" book marks for students to use when they are reading, serving as a reminder of how to craft a written or oral response to the text.