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Simply 2nd Resources: Creative Tuesday #5 ~ Think Marks

Thinkmark Anchor Chart in Mrs.D's Classroom. Original idea from www.chartchums.wo... ...Side note: In Canada, we spell "favourite" with a "u"!

FREE - love this!!! Would use in late first and right on up through middle grades.

Nice anchor chart to help kids understand what to include in a reader's response journal. This chart would be a nice addition to my 'talking back to our book' activity

{freebie} Have your students share their thinking while they are reading with this thought bubble printable:)

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: quotation marks anchor chart.

My kinders can read and write ANYTHING with these!!! ... The "grown-up" reading and writing SECRETS- get them today (FREE!!) and teach them to your class tomorrow :) ......Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Sticky note poster: This can be used in any grade. Sticky notes are always a great way to help students organize their readings. This is great for beginning readers to help indenify themes, plot ect..

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.

This is a great sign for the Daily 5 partner reading.

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

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!!