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These 65 question cards for literature will help your students engage in meaningful and insightful discussions about the books they are reading. The cards address setting, characters, plot, theme, author's purpose, mood, tone and more. Students will need to use reading strategies such as inference,
Banish boring book reports! This fun lapbook resource will create a book report project for ANY novel - use for independent reading projects, literature circles, or whole class novel studies.This resource contains all the instructions and handouts needed to complete the lapbook shown in the picture
Here are 45 literature response activities arranged in five grids of nine activities each to make a Tic-Tac-Toe format. There is also a list of all 45 activities at the end of the document. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Distance LearningThis packet will work well for at-home
Add some depth and complexity to traditional Literature Circles with this complete and ready-to-use resource!You will be amazed by the level of discussion and critical thinking that will take place among your students. Each Literature Circle role (listed below) is directly connected to 11 elements
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Your students will love these 22 "Any Book" literature response printables! They are the perfect, ready-to-use way to keep your students accountable for what they are reading. Just what you need if you use an independent reading program such as Reader's Workshop or have multiple small reading groups
Add a little fun to your current literature study by turning your students into police officers. This official-looking offense/incident report requires students to collect details from their reading and use real-world writing skills to efficiently report the facts (just the facts, ma’am) of the scen
Ready to try a different approach to the traditional book report? Your students will love the Cereal Box Book Report! This packet has everything you need to get your students started on this meaningful project. Click HERE to save 20% by purchasing this resource in the Book Report Projects Bundle.
A few years back, the song, “What Does the Fox Say?” was such a hit with my students! I thought, why not use the catchy tune to engage my students in finding text evidence?!?!This Ready-to-Print resource contains 1 3 reading response pages that give students practice with pulling direct quotes from
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Turn any kid into a bookworm with this fun and academic Book Report Lap Book.Students will easily create the lapbook shown in the picture by using our simple instructions and handouts.The interactive templates and foldables contained in this product can be used with any novel. They are in black and
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Dig Deeper into Wonder by RJ Palacio with these discussion cards. This set of 97 question cards will really get your students thinking, talking and writing about the characters, events, and themes and will help them to connect parts of the book to their own lives. There are three types of cards incl
The Lemonade War is written by Jacqueline Davies. It is equivalent to a 4.1 reading level and is a perfect book to read with 3rd or 4th grade students. This would be a great novel unit for the whole class, or for a reading group and is aligned with the Common Core Standards for fourth grade. This
Sticky Note BookmarksPrint and laminate the bookmarks {colored or ink-saving version}. Have your students adhere the small 2"x1.5" sized Post-It Notes in the spaces. As students read a passage, have them fill in things they find important, things they don’t understand, and parts that they like about
Use this package of chapter-by-chapter questions covering S.E. Hinton’s classic novel, The Outsiders, to pull your students into the text and inspire them to think deeply about Hinton’s themes. This packet includes 12 pages of student handouts with detailed questions (plot points, inference, and per
Add some text-based fun to ANY novel, play, or short story with this easy-to-use worksheet where students choose a character and focus on evidence from the text as they examine the technique of direct and indirect characterization.This 2-page PDF file includes a blank form and a completed sample to
Who doesn't love seeing a child enjoy reading? This pack gives students an opportunity to create and respond to a variety of daily prompts after reading at home. It includes 5 weeks of prompts to use to supplement at-home reading. With this homework plan, students should have a Reading Journal and
UPDATE – You can learn more about this writing contest at my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46cEHf0UoOUTired of grading endless stacks of essays? Want to lighten your grading load while still having students write and receive meaningful feedback on their work? The answer is to host
Literature Circles UnitLiterature Circles are a fun and engaging way for students to take ownership of their learning. Literature Circles encourage students to have rich conversation surrounding text. This is a great unit for reading instruction at the middle school level because you can use it sev
Use these questions covering all four acts of The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s compelling play about mass hysteria and the Salem Witch Trials, to pull your students into the text and inspire them to think deeply about Miller’s themes.This packet includes four pages of student handouts with detailed que
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These learning stations are designed to take students through the process that is necessary to understand theme in fiction. In the works they read, there is rarely a clearly stated "moral at the end of the story". Instead, there are steps that must be followed so students can discover the author's
These 45 Literature activity cards are perfect for independent reading, reading workshop or any time you want your students to respond to their reading in writing. They can be used in addition to comprehension questions and other classroom work. Use with literature groups, at centers or stations, as
Horrible Harry in Room 2B is written for second and third grade students. This book companion contains comprehension questions for each chapter of the book. You'll also find a sequence of events page, a word search, and a book quiz that includes a combination of multiple choice and short answer ques
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Common Core #Hashtags Reading & Language Bell Ringer or Exit Slips Activities, Grades 7-12 This IS included in my growing bundle: ALL of My Bell Ringer and Exit Slip Resources. Students love to use #hashtags for #everything! Allow them that luxury with this engaging activity that is both fun A
I have been using Reading Response Notebook Toppers in my classroom since the beginning of the year, with great success. They have helped my students to focus their responses, and have helped me to save paper! My students keep all of their reading responses in one place– their Reader’s Notebooks. My
Every year my students love reading the novel "Tornado" by Betsy Byars. They fall in love with the fun and friendly dog, Tornado! We use this book as a whole group novel study. Here's what included so you can have fun with this chapter book as well! Tornado Story Booklet: with dog craft as a fr

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