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    First with Franklin: Daily 5 Listening to Reading Response sheets

    • Vou Vartzokas

      Daily 5 Sheet for students to reflect on listening center books. Great way to check for understanding. Students can independently complete these during c...

    • Jaimi Lynn

      Free Daily 5 book review and listening center from First with Franklin... It's under the tips for listening response... Great blogger!!

    • Corinne Sherd Sibley

      3 different sheets for students to reflect on listening center books (K, 1, 2) - Daily 5, listen to reading

    • Nicole White

      Daily 5 Listening to Reading Response sheets - great accountability for the listening center.

    • Melissa Johnson

      Free Daily 5 book review and listening center from First with Franklin (Listening Station)

    • Megan

      First with Franklin: Listening Center Ideas and book response printables

    • Kimberly Nettles

      First with Franklin: Daily 5 listening response sheets

    • Chalea Walters

      Free Daily 5 book review for listening center

    • Sherri Swaim

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