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Penguin Tree Map

First week activity.

Thick vs. Thin Questions Bookmark Good reminder for higher order thinking questions! #West Music #Inspires my Class

Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions

Using sticky notes to track thinking

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Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking! This is designed for 3-5, but could easily be made into a chart for 2nd.

Metacognition - thinking about thinking

Friend thinking map- Great first days activity

Using thinking maps

Genius Hour! Give kids a chance to study their passions for one hour each week!

great thinking map

Write from the Beginning Thinking Maps

The 'Thinking About Thinking' wall~LOVE this teacher she is soooo with it when it comes to thinking skills and kids!

Anchor Charts, Thinking within, beyond, and about the text.

"What if" anchor chart: Great for discussion at the beginning of the school year!

After discussing what a scientist is and what s/he does, students made their own 'foldable' scientist. Inside they wrote up a Tree Map (Thinking Maps) of what a scientist has, can, and use. (Follow link for more details)

Partner Talk Anchor Chart for Reading Notebook: Great for students to use as a reference chart when thinking about what to talk about with their partner during buddy read time.