Need a simple-to-use tool to help your students remember the reading comprehension skills and strategies they need to succeed? These 24 reading bookmarks will help students practice reading strategies and skills with questions and sentence frames. Use the reading bookmarks as strategy references or
Students can track their own reading progress with these handy bookmarks that fold over the pages (which stay in the book much better than a regular bookmark). One side features a log in which they track the: title/author of book, date, page number they started, page number they ended, total number
This bookmark features questions that parents can ask their children about the book they're reading to check their comprehension. The questions require no background knowledge of the book and go from basic literal questions to evaluative and inferential. The bookmark is able to be printed double-s
The Outsiders Interactive Bookmarks: These interactive bookmarks for S.E. Hinton's novel "The Outsiders" include The Outsiders vocabulary and comprehension questions.
There are a total of four different bookmarks for this novel. Each bookmark covers 3 chapters, is double-sided, and contains:
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These bookmarks ask questions based on Guided Reading Levels. Levels A-Z are included! Students can use the bookmarks independently, in partners or small groups, or you can use them as anchor charts and reference materials. The possibilities are endless!
Thick and Thin Questions! These bookmarks can be printed for every student. They outline questions to consider before, during, and after reading. Questions are categorized into "thin" questions which are literal questions and "THICK" questions which allows students to practice inferring.
Teach your students how to be effective reading partners! Use each anchor chart as a mini lesson. Model how partners read and discuss text. Then provide students with the corresponding bookmark so they can practice these skills with a partner. There are 4 posters and bookmark sets:
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mClass Reading 3D Written Comprehension Question Stem Bookmarks. Levels F-P are included, a total of 11 bookmarks. Each bookmark lists actual question stems from Reading 3D that can be adjusted to work for any book. Bookmarks include both fiction and nonfiction question stems, nonfiction stems noted
Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad: Guided Reading Questions Bookmark
British literature short novel. Typically, this book is included in honors and AP English curriculum or college level literature course. This year, we are introducing the novel to college prep and skills level classes.
These bookmarks for educators are designed to help teachers improve their reading questioning techniques. Some questions we always know to ask, like Who/What/Where...but what about questions for deeper meaning? Those can be hard to think of on the spot, especially if a student is reading an independ
This free interactive reading bookmark is a great way to reinforce asking questions before, during and after reading. The front side of each reading bookmark has a student friendly definition of the strategy with an aligning visual, details about how good readers ask questions, and thinking stems to
This resource includes 1 bookmark for book talk and questioning. The questions in this resource are appropriate for levels A-G but can support students through various grade levels. Each page has 2 bookmarks.What can I use this resource for?independent readingpartner readingparent guidance and suppo
These adorable Reading Strategy Bookmarks will help any reader! This is perfect for students who struggle with a particular strategy or can be given to the class for whole group instruction. Each bookmark defines a reading strategy and includes questions to help guide their thinking. This package in
This is a set of bookmarks. There are 10 questions on each bookmark for students to consider while they are reading. Printing instructions included.
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This resource includes posters, bookmarks and a question sort to support the 4H reading strategy, using the picture book, "Scaredy Squirrel" by Melanie Watt.This is an adaption from three level guides and Question-Answer-Relationships. I have found the language of "Here, Hidden, Head or Heart" much
Bookmarks that your students can use to improve their reading comprehension!! The bookmarks include question stems for making connections, visualization, inferring, questioning, synthesizing and determining important information. Great way to have students use their metacognitive strategies as they
These bookmarks are great for families! They have a list of fifteen questions that are great for families to use when they are reading with their child. This file contains both colored and black and white files. There are also three different quotes that can be used for the back of the book marks. E
Reading and Writing Prompts and Questions Bookmark based on Bloom’s Taxonomy
Based on Bloom's Taxonomy Guide to Writing and Reading. Use this bookmark during reading or writing to help your students develop ideas and to better understand the text. The page has both a Reading and Writing Table. Just
EIGHT interactive bookmarks for Brendan Buckley's Universe and Everything In It. Each bookmark is assigned to a different section of the novel and contains four reading comprehension questions. I designed these for my reading groups that are doing a novel study.Includes bookmarks for: Chapters 1-6Ch
Students use this bookmark to guide their thinking during independent and partner reading. Reading comprehension is greatly enhanced when students are deliberately asking questions as part of their reading time. It is critical that the "Asking Essential Questions" strategy has been taught in a mini
Reading question prompts to support reading comprehension and thinking around text. Fiction and nonfiction specific question prompts. English and Spanish. Should be printed back to back. Could be sent home for parent support or used within the classroom. Ideal for BAS levels M-Z.
This bookmark is a perfect tool to help increase reading comprehension. Students can use the guiding questions to help their thinking as they read. Use it to generate oral conversations between students, for stop and jots, great for school or for home.
Great tool for ELLs to use a sentence stems!
It is important for our young readers to be thinking as they read. Often times, I have had my readers ask me what to think about as they read? Well I made it easy for them! You can print the these thinking questions bookmarks and give to your readers to mark their spot. I have included popular think