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self-monitoring anchor chart: This would be great in a lower grade classroom. This reminds students to be thinking about what they are reading and allows them to be responsible for monitoring themselves.

Things Good Readers Do Bookmarks (Novelty book)

Things Good Readers Do Bookmarks (Paperback)

A great, encouraging student reading reference tool for all readers! Things Good Readers Do Bookmarks provide a perfect, easy-to-read guideline to help students increase reading comprehension and be a

meaningful conversations (for discussions as a whole group, small group, or partners)

How to participate in meaningful conversation anchor chart. These are great sentence starters for during partner or group work.

Good Readers Make Connections by JoAnn Tominaga

We always start the school year with making connections. This anchor chart gives you both definitions for each connection as well as examples for each one.

Main Idea Anchor Chart--Worked great in my fifth grade classroom! by maryann

Disney Teachers: Note~ This anchor chart also reiterates the five finger rule. ("Give a hand to summarize") Main Idea Anchor Chart

Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature. Differentiated at three levels. Common Core aligned. Perfect for guided reading, book clubs, and practicing key reading skills. (Gr 2-5) $

Reader's Notebook Response Pages for Literature *HALF-PAGE SET

Get students thinking deeply about their reading! A huge collection of response pages designed in an engaging notebook format. Use individually or create customized reader’s notebook packets. Use with virtually any piece of literature.

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