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Prove It To Me is a way to introduce students to using clues the author gives in the text to understand what they are reading and to use these clues as evidence in their writing. The clues in these cards are easy to find and use as evidence since this is an introduction to this skill.These cards can
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the text-based evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code system. Perfect for introducing
This freebie helps students practice using the question as part of the answer and proving answers with text evidence. Perfect for CCSS RL 2.1, 3.1, and 4.1. Check out the RI cards here! I have printed them on colored paper and will use them whole group to have students orally "flip" each question
This Close Reading Companion for Miss Nelson is Missing by James Marshall and Henry Allard walks you through first, second, and third readings with your students. It includes questions for the second and third readings as you focus on the author's craft and text structure, and into third readings as
This FACT and OPINION mini kit was created and intended to teach the following:Distinguish between fact and opinionUnderstand fact and opinion definitionsImprove overall comprehension skills by analyzing textBeing able to correctly identify and distinguish between fact and opinion will help students
FREE SAMPLE of my Reading Comprehension and "WH" Questions packet of 48 Monthly-themed stories, each with 5 basic comprehension questions. The stories are both fiction stories and nonfiction stories. The questions are the basic: "who, what, when, where, why" questions. NO PREP NEEDED! Just prin
This FREE download contains a sample of graphic organizers from my #1 best-selling TpT product: Common Core Graphic Organizers for Reading. If you like these graphic organizers for 2nd grade ELA, then you'll want to download the full pack from my store HERE. Also available for 1st, 3rd, and 4th grad
This Main Idea FREEBIE was designed to provide your students with the knowledge to understand topic, find main idea, designate details, and improve overall comprehension skills. You may use the printables as either anchor charts or posters. Just perfect for your test prep toolkit.If this free produ
Prove It To Me Holiday is a way to introduce students to using clues the author gives in the text to understand what they are reading and to use these clues as evidence in their writing. The clues in these cards are easy to find and use as evidence since this is an introduction to this skill. These
5 STAR "Thank you so much for the fantastic (and free) resource! I truly appreciate the different levels, the rigor of the questions and all the suggestions for use. I will be using these in class during small groups!"- Carol A.Celebrate Close Reading! Differentiated w/ 4 levels of passages + 6 acti
This download is meant to be used in conjunction with the book “Snowmen at Night” by Caralyn Buehner (book not included in download). Schoolhouse Talk is not affiliated with the book’s author, or it’s publisher. Many activities in this packet can be used all winter long! Included in the Download:
This is a great activity to spice up book talk. Students love to roll a dice and find out what they are going to be discussing next. The chart comes in 2 colors options. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at and check out our website for tons
"Enemy Pie" is just one example of our Interactive Read-Alouds. We have over 100 read-alouds to meet ALL the Reading Literature Core Standards. If you teach this lesson plan in its entirety, we promise you will be hooked! Each of our read-aloud packs include rigorous text dependent questions, differ
This Gingerbread Man mini-unit is aligned to common core standards and builds reading comprehension skills while allowing students to have fun with literacy. A range of activities, including drama and singing, are provided to help you cater to the different needs in your classroom. The unit inclu
This set of lesson plans, resources, and activities is for use with “A Chair for My Mother” by Vera B. Williams. It can be used for whole group, small group, and independent instruction – which makes these resources a smart choice for literacy centers or Reader’s Workshop. Here's What You'll Get a
Restating the Question is a difficult skill for many students. To help them learn and practice the skill, a variety of acronyms are used by teachers. This product includes posters for: PQA, TTQA, RACE, and RAPS. Choose which strategy works for you!I prefer PQA- Put the Question in the Answer as t
This freebie was designed to give you a sample of reading passages with text dependent comprehension questions for one literature standard and one informational standard. Engage your students with high-interest reading comprehension passages with text dependent analysis questions designed for one 2n
Are you struggling with collecting data for Standards-Based Grading? Are you overwhelmed by all the data tracking that is involved? These Ask and Answer Questions resources are fillable digital and printable Graphic Organizers, Mini Anchor Charts, and Standards Data Collection sheets. They also alig
Updated: 5/18/16 This product preview is designed to teach beginner readers to not only read, but look for text – based evidence while they answer questions! The passages and questions are simple, yet develop essential skills. This may be a first interaction with multiple choice questions, so take
Are you interested in digital and paperless resources to incorporate into your reading block but don't know where to start?If so, this free Reading for Google Classroom Sampler Pack will be perfect for you!This product includes resources for:Drag-&-drop: identify what readers do before, during,
Freebie! Students use the graphic organizer when asking and answering questions while reading. They will be able to organize their thoughts and comprehend what they are reading when asking and answering questions about their reading. Use the poster to help students picture what asking and answering
Students will listen to the story, How Santa Got His Job, by Stephen Krensky and identify the many different problems that Santa had with all of his different jobs. The download includes a book discussion guide and a printable activity. The printable activity comes in four differentiated formats. Pe
This set of writing journal prompts is a sample of my journal prompts for kindergarten, first and second grade. The full sets cover ALL of the Common Core Standards* for language arts in each grade! In this sample set, there are 5 or more pages of prompts for each grade level. They are arranged wi
These graphic organizers are great to use with any fiction text throughout the school year. They cover a variety of story elements: characters, character details, setting, sequence of events, main idea and important details. I use these along with a read aloud, guided reading small groups or ind

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