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    Levels of thinking found on Post-its. Great for Reader's Notebooks!

    Where is your thinking?

    Reading anchor chart: Post-its make you smart (image only)

    Great freebie for reading notebooks!

    Four Star Post-its Explained: Teaching students to ask higher thinking level questions.

    LOTS of great anchor charts...especially for reading!

    Aaaaaammmmaaaazing Reading Interactive Notebook!

    Readers Notebook... ugh why haven't I been doing this!!!

    Quick Write Responses - Anchor Chart to get students quickly thinking of the novel and its elements, setting, plots and characters

    Textual Evidence Anchor Chart

    Complete sentences - good visual to have in room. A lot of my high schoolers come to me at elementary reading and writing levels, so this will be helpful!

    Great site for anchor chart ideas.

    QAR Strategies (Question-Answer Relationships / Levels of Questions)

    Reading anchor chart: How do readers keep a book talk going?

    What do good readers do?

    I love this way of modeling for kids how to make deeper connections.

    Anchor Charts

    Thinking stems to put in reader's notebooks - help kids begin writing their reading responses

    laminate and use a dry-erase marker on the "sticky notes, for writing or summarizing narratives.

    Good idea for teaching point of view

    The End of the Year/Open House Foldable Project. . . Is Now Ready!! VISIT WORKING 4 THE CLASSROOM or TPT AND CHECK IT OUT! Several Pinners have asked for it, soooo I have posted it!