chart from Reading and Writing project for reading characters in a series/book clubs

Once Upon A Teacher: Stop, Jot and Think While You Read about characters

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

Guided Reading Weekly Planning Guide -- this includes forms for classrooms with 4 or 5 reading groups. It's a one page document that enables you to have a week-at-a-glance planning guide for all of your guided reading groups. This has been a lifesaver in my organization and planning for guided reading.

Great Anchor chart and encourages reading stamina: micro reads, short reads, and independent.

Informational books anchor chart

Mrs. Braun's 2nd Grade Class- prefix/ suffix chart

Character Study Reading Exit Slips to organize your “character study” mini-lessons and keep your students accountable for reading and responding with purpose


Character Timeline

Thinking within, beyond and about the text

"Places Worth Stopping when Reading" Anchor Chart: Thinking Talking Jotting! Would be great to use along with sticky post-it notes

Book club.

Charts, charts, and more charts!

Teacher Trap: Understanding Characters

Common Core is all about evidence!! Standard One for all grades is all about showing the evidence!! This is a great Anchor Chart for Textual Evidence Sentence Starters

Quick Write Responses - Anchor Chart to get students quickly thinking of the novel and its elements, setting, plots and characters

anchor chart for flagging our thoughts as we read

Theme . . . use with the final steps of our Newbery book review project. Deep thinking!

character feelings/character traits

Digging Deeper: Writing about Reading!