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Grow your readers with this Book Club Activities Bundle, perfect for use with any book or novel! It has everything you need to get your students started on literature circles! Book clubs are an exciting and educational way for your students to grow as readers in your class. You will love this jammed-packed bundle. Perfect for 3rd grade, 4th grade and 5th grade students.TAKE A PEEK AT EVERYTHING INCLUDED: BONUS EXCLUSIVE FILE: (see preview) Reading Skills Posters, awards, discussion stems, poster
Do you need an engaging and fun way to get your students reading AND sharing the books they’ve read?  Then you need a BOOK TALK PROJECT.  These Book Talk templates in Google Slides give your students the opportunity to share their favorite books and try to convince their classmates to read the books too!  This resource includes teacher directions and Google Slides™ templates in a Fiction and Nonfiction Book format.  The templates make it easy for students to create a complete presentation that g
Kick-off the school year and launch a reading workshop with mini-lessons and activities about partner talk about books, being an engaged reader, reacting to books, and recommending books.Included is everything you need to plan these lessons, workshop guide, suggested teaching points, anchor charts, student activities, and creative activities to get them to remember and apply what you teach them during the first weeks of reading workshop like the getting to know your new reading partner activity,
With a book talk you can lose the traditional book report and still hold your students accountable for their independent reading. Having your students complete book talks helps them practice their oral speaking skills and allows other students in the class to hear about (and get excited about) other books. This resource includes a student guideline sheet, graphic organizer, student success criteria checklist, peer evaluation form, and full teacher rubric.*** This resource is also included in
Book Talks are a powerful way to share books with students and encourage them to read new books and/or try out new genres. When you have students create their own Book Talks, it becomes even more powerful! Here’s what’s included to help you start Book Talks with your students today!1) Book Talk Signs to display to help students record a video Book Talk (in color and grayscale) with the following pages:•Introduce Yourself•Introduce the Book•Give a Summary•Make a Connection•Share Your Emotions•Sha
BOOK TALKS: PRESENTATION, HANDOUT, PLANNING SHEET, & RUBRIC: Bring book talks into your classroom with this ready-to-use resource! Book talks are an excellent way to assess your students' independent reading, while also bringing in new novel recommendations for other students in the class. Rather than a novel analysis or review, book talks are short speeches that are given with the intent to convince someone to read a novel. This resource includes absolutely everything you need to implemen
These activities go along with the book, “The Crayon Box That Talked” by Shane Derolf and can be used at the beginning of the school year OR at any time in the school year.Read the story aloud at least once to students. Students will design their own “unique” crayon that represents them. Then, they can use the writing sheets to write about what makes them unique (I’ve included several different sheets for different grade levels). This makes a fabulous back-to-school bulletin board!Included:- Poe
This resource contains everything you need to launch and implement book talks in your class! Book talks are a valuable time for students to come together as a community of readers and this resource will guide you through it.Included in this resource:12 months of book talk sign ups (editable so you can type in the sign up dates)Anchor charts for book talks and expectations (full size and composition notebook side)Book talk planning page for students (two sizes)Book talk drafting page (two sizes)
Expand student vocabulary about animal sounds, while you provide engaging sight word practice! Each page of The Animals Can Talk contains a predictable sentence missing the word “can.” Students will cut apart the letters to spell “can” (included), then unscramble and glue the letters into each page to correctly spell the sight word. Picture support is included throughout the book, which provides valuable scaffolding to help young learners read the book with confidence and success. Your students
As a middle school ELA teacher, I know just how time-consuming the job is, and I know that it is impossible to read and keep track of every title, plot line, mature moment, and the best pages to read aloud to a class for a book talk. Book recommendation one pagers change the game!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>&gt
Independent Reading is such a vital part of our Reading and Literacy Groups! These Independent Reading Packet is perfect to teach students accountability and choice during their independent reading! These fantastic reading thinking posters, and independent reading stems can be used for with their sticky notes as they JOT important information from the text they are reading from! You will LOVE using these Independent Reading Posters and Menus knowing your students are showing comprehension throug
If you are looking for a fun and engaging way to boost engagement during your reading block, you need to start implementing book talks. Book talks are like a little mini book commercial that your students give about a book they have read and it is a great way to motivate, inspire, and encourage a love of reading in your students. If you have never done a book talk in your classroom, this resource seriously has EVERYTHING you need to get started!Check out the preview to learn more about what is i
Math and Book Talk Speech BubblesIncluded in this product:- Math Talk Speech Bubbles - Book/ Reading Talk Speech BubblesPlease reach out if you have any questions :)Email: missmcraesteachingtales@gmail.comInstagram: @MissMcRaesTeachingTalesI hope you will find these products useful in your own classroom! :)
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Book/ Reading Talk Speech BubblesIncluded in this product:- 15 different conversation posters - 3 different options of title "Book Talk"The speech bubbles come in 4 options:⭐️ boho ⭐️ boho with stars⭐️ black and white⭐️ black and white with stars These are one speech bubble per page- I think it is most important that my students can read the signs easily These will go perfectly with my math talk speech bubbles!! My plan is to put these up on my classroom walls and keep them up the whole year T
Are you looking for a simple yet meaningful way to get students talking about the books that they read? Help your students discuss and recommend their favorite books to their classmates and get excited for summer reading with these easy-to-use digital monthly book talk templates!Digital link is provided in PDF, along with directions for use in Google™ Classroom.These seasonal and holiday templates are perfect to help guide your students in sharing about a book that they read each month. These Go
BookTok–the TikTok™ version of a book talk–is a popular way to share book recommendations. The short video format is perfect for teens and a great way to spread the love for reading.You can use this to your advantage! In this activity, you will have students watch several #BookTok videos, then create their own. If you already have room in your curriculum for book talks, this is a perfect alternative! If you haven't tried book talks in your class, now is the perfect time to begin! Students love t
Book Talk is loaded with Activities, Book Reports, Graphic Organizers, and Reading Logs to motivate students to start talking about books. It includes 90 pages of ideas and activities to use with any book. This pack is perfect for 2nd - 3rd Grade Classrooms.It includes: Book Talk Questions -Use to generate questions about their reading. Use for small group or partner reading. Send these questions home to help parents and students talk about the book they are reading at home.Reading Activity Shee
As a middle school ELA teacher, I know just how time-consuming the job is, and I know that it is impossible to read and keep track of every title, plot line, mature moment, and the best pages to read aloud to a class for a book talk. Book talk guides change the game!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>&
Celebrate books and get your students excited about book talks with these digital book talk templates!Please note: This is a digital resource. Digital link is provided in PDF, along with directions for use in Google™ Classroom.This bundle includes seasonal templates to use monthly, NF templates, Fiction templates, and a book series template.These Google Slides™ templates include some prompts and some open spaces for students to write about the book that they are discussing. With text boxes alrea
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PARLE-MOI DE TON LIVRE! Motivate your students to have meaningful discussions about what they’re reading in class and have them make book recommendations to their classmates in a fun and engaging way!************************************************************Looking for more information on how to use this in your classroom and what’s included? Check out my BLOG POST by clicking the link below!Book Talks in your FSL Classroom************************************************************Included in
Pre-Made Book Talks For Middle and High School Teachers | Digital & Editable: Love books but don't have time to read all the best ones? Use these pre-made book talk slideshows to get your students interested in reading. Each book talk is themed so you can pick the best one for each class. Teachers are provided with the links to Google Slides and will make a copy to their Google Drive. Each slide comes with a book-themed background and a book summary. This resource requires some prep as teach
Want students to be accountable for book talks? Build a reading community, increase word-of-mouth book recommendations, and practice speaking skills with this project! Use this project to: • Start your independent reading program, or give it a mid-year boost • Do a diagnostic check of speaking skills • Practice persuasive or opinion writing & speaking • Shake up your curriculum between units • …and more! In this project, students can choose to present a single title, a series, or a collect
This packet is a great way to improve comprehension!! The Book Talk Jar is has 24 talk cards with comprehension questions. The workstation jar can be used individually or with a buddy. The packet includes: -Instruction sheet -24 question strips -blank cards to add your own questions -Book Talk Jar and direction labels Please feel free to check out my store for other workstation/center activities! Thanks a bunch, Aimee
Looking for an engaging, hands-on activity that encourages students to read independently? Look no further than this "Blind Date With a Book" exercise! This book talk assignment and informative essay will encourage students to choose a book based on their interests! I have noticed that a lot of my students enjoy reading when they are allowed to read books that they are interested in. I wanted to give them the opportunity to share the books they find intriguing to their peers, so I created this

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