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Readers and Writers Workshop Resource from Teachers College-Great Anchor Charts

Character Unit of Study: I like how she modeled the post-its...

Great for the reading center- The only thing I don't like is that it's an image, not a link to how they came up with it or how to get a copy of our own.

22 Books About Reading from one of my favorite pinners & blogger's Allie creator of No Time for Flashcards

Part of becoming a strong reader is learning to pick books that fit you as a reader. A book should interest the child, but should also challenge him/her as a reader, but not so much that he/she can't comprehend the book. I definitely want to have a poster like this in my class someday because I want to do all I can to help my students become better readers.

I love Read & Make! - 2nd post in the series. 23 books about fall with great crafts to do after reading.

Read to Self Anchor Chart-so much cuter than how I did it last year!

Journal page about a book she read! (This would be a great exercise for the book you are writing. Doodle it.)

SYNTHESIZING - The next day, we talked about making Synthesis Sundaes. I mean, seriously…who doesn’t love ice cream?!?! I introduced this anchor chart and then we read “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein. I think this is a GREAT story to teach synthesizing!!

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How to Eat Fried Worms, The Very Hungry Caterpillar