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Do you use independent reading or a "read to self" center in your upper elementary classroom? One of the biggest struggles with independent reading is holding kids accountable when many of them are reading different books! This product was created to do just that! It is a fun and engaging way to
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Students need all the practice they can get writing about what they are reading, especially about informational text!This Nonfiction Reading Response Menu helps your students construct complete, meaningful responses about what they are reading. These menus are perfect for homework, centers, or indep
This mini file folder reading response menu for non-fiction will get your students excited about responding to informational text! Menus include questions for appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Questions can be used with any text. Students choose one from each category to respond to text on their re
Perfect for homework or classwork, this menu is Common Core aligned and will give your student or child many ways to respond to non-fiction text. Complete with pictures for ELLs.
Common Core Aligned menu of topics for your students to respond to in their reading response notebooks. Perfect for in class or homework. Very ELL friendly.
Students stuck on what to write in their reading response journals? Let them use this reader response choices menu to trigger their thinking.
Reading ResponseEngage your students with this fun detective themed menu of Reading Response Activities! 7 Reading Response Menus and an instruction page are included.British and American spelling is catered for.Related ProductsReading ResponseIf you have any questions please email me at talesfrommi
Activity Menus or Choice Boards are a great way to differentiate instruction. This menu board briefly explains 15 options for responding to a nonfiction text or textbook. I used this as a weekly homework assignment in lieu of comprehension questions. It also includes scoring checklist.
RUBRICS are added! Also ideas for implementation including "tear off" boards. This file includes 8 response pages that coordinate with a reading response menu with either 9 or 6 options. In some cases you may want to differentiate for individual students. Be sure to click the PREVIEW button abo
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This product is compatible with Google Classroom! This resource is designed for students in 3rd - 5th grade to respond to reading using 3 different menus. The questions are student-friendly and follow all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. The menus are easy to implement and encourages independent thinking
This reading response menu is perfect for students to complete independently while you work with a small group. The intended purpose is for students to practice the skills and strategies included on the menu as they read an assigned novel or a novel of their choice. Students should have an understan
This reading response menu is perfect for students to complete independently while you work with a small group. The intended purpose is for students to practice the skills and strategies included on the menu as they read an assigned non-fiction text or text of their choice. Students should have an u
I created this product to give my students a choice in how they respond to their reading. In this PPT download, I have included the completely filled out menu that I used with my students, as well as, a blank template with headings of choices, and a completely blank template for you to insert your o
Include academic choice in reading response! Students can choose how they want to respond to prove what they have read. By students choosing how they respond, it increases their motivation. In my classroom, I print these and put them in a page protector for students to have in their binders. At the
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This product is compatible with Google Classroom! This resource is designed for students in 1st and 2nd grade to respond to reading using 3 different menus. The questions are student-friendly and follow all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. The menus are easy to implement and encourages independent thinki
Recently Updated forms!!! Encourage independent reading by using this tracking form with your students. Students record what they read each night. Place included for student and parent signatures. Purchase also includes a reading response menu for students to use when they finish a book. Menu i
Ensure that children are engaging with the text in meaningful ways with this reading response menu! The following skills are included: Identifying questions or confusing parts (I'm wondering...), Think about your character (I know my character is... because...), Favorite part (Your favorite part com
20 menu items for reading responses used for: *Literacy circles *Class read aloud *Independent reading *Homework *Daily 5 station Font: HelloKindergarten
9 creative activities to culminate the reading of a nonfiction text! Students can choose from a variety of activities to create their own final project. Includes choice board and rubric! Use as classwork, homework, extension activities, early finisher work, or even in literacy centers. I love using
This Reading Response Menu for Fiction is presented in a brochure style. The directions are to chose one option from each category (Appetizer, Entree, Dessert) and record answers on lined paper. Typically, I would give my students a week to complete this activity. It is meant to be a homework as
This Reading Response Menu for Non-Fiction is presented in a brochure style. The directions are to chose one option from each category (Appetizer, Entree, Dessert) and record answers on lined paper. Typically, I would give my students a week to complete this activity. It is meant to be a homewor
If your students are working in reading groups at school or for homework, here is a great resource for them to interact with the text each time they read. This resource has a handout for student self-reflection as well if they are working on responding and working in discussion groups.
This reading response menu is perfect for students to complete independently while you work with a small group. The intended purpose is for students to practice the skills and strategies included on the menu as they read assigned poetry of poems of their choice. Students should have an understanding
Want your students to read and respond to text! This is a great way to have them respond to reading at least three times a week! All you have to do is print this packet out and the rest is up to them. This gives the students a great modeled example for every reading response. The instructions al

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