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    Name the Genre - could add space for kids to write in a book in that genre once they read

    Genre Reference Page

    Reading Response Questions for Any Book!

    Instead of a science fair...a reading fair! This is fabulous!

    bookworms! the kids would LOVE this! Especially for something like Read Around the World Day!!

    Reading Response Forms - letter to the author- I love the idea of showing students how to write letters by having them write to their favorite authors. I think that this template would be great to introduce letter writing to your students, and then they could write their own letters on their own later on. I think that they would really enjoy this activity.

    Great story map bulletin board idea. I love that you can use post its on it and re-use the board over and over!

    Are parents always asking you how they can help their students become better readers? This list of questions is a quick way to help!

    It would be very helpful for students if posters like these were posted either on the walls by the classroom library, or used in the library at each genre. Students would subtly learn what each genre consists of if they see these images everyday, and could eventually figure out what genre they enjoy reading most.

    Using Context Clues to Teach Vocabulary {free printable included} | This Reading Mama

    Reading Strategies (Older Kids)

    Students work on identifying genre by cutting books out of Scholastic magazines and gluing them onto this foldable!

    Learn to read and write in #English using #phonics.

    Non-Fiction Reading Response Choice Boards

    Parent Reading Tips

    genre bingo

    Kindergarten$ 1st Grade Weekly Reading Records w/ Comprehension Response Options

    Love these free printable spelling dictionaries! They come in six different versions, too!

    Questions parents can ask their child while reading

    Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised