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    • Linda Bertozzi

      I've used Beth Newingham's reader's notebook ideas for years. This has been one of my favorite tools for reading workshop.

    • Augusta Ash Chambers

      Reader's Notebook for use in Reader's Workshop

    • Aubrey Stalcup

      Really need to incorporate 'silent reading' and reading logs for Aidan next year. Fantastic article about using reading notebooks for language arts; classroom perspective, but easily adaptable to homeschool

    • Jenny Nance

      Great website for Reader's Workshop notebooks! This is an easy, step-by-step model of how to set up each section of the notebook with resources to download as templates.

    • Alice Everett

      Some great ideas for independent reading. Awesome readers notebook ideas, plus downloads of the book log, genre chart, and a lot more!

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