You Selected:

Keyword

reading thinkmarks

Sort by

Formats

See All Formats

All Formats

Grades

Other

Subjects

English Language Arts
Foreign Language
Holidays/Seasonal
Math
Science
Social Studies - History
Specialty
For All Subject Areas

Prices

Resource Types

See All Resource Types

All Resource Types

Don't see what you looking for?
Some filters moved to Formats filters, which is at the top of the page.
Results for

reading thinkmarks

673 results
Sort:
Relevance
View:
Thinkmarks are individual bookmarks for students to write on as they read. The Thinkmarks can be used to help students focus on specific comprehension skills and strategies from current class lessons. Thinkmarks would be an ideal addition to literacy centers. I've used thinkmarks with my small
These guided reading "thinkmarks" can be used during small-group Guided Reading sessions or during Independent Reading. Personally, I use them during Guided Reading in order to give students a purpose for reading. make about six copies of each thinkmark, laminate them and set them in the middle of t
This Reading Thinkmarks Poster guides students during their reading to think about their connections to the text. It is important for students to listen to their thinking voice while they read and explain what that voice is thinking. The poster guides the students on how to use Post-it flags and i
These Reading Response Thinkmarks help to make your students reading comprehension and thinking more visible. Align with Common Core reading standards for grades 3-5.30 thinkmarks are included in this pack and they can be used with any book, both fiction and non-fiction. The rubric/comment sheet sh
This is a great way to teach students to keep track of their thinking! While reading fiction, students can show their thinking by keeping “thinkmarks.” Students can use sticky notes to place thinkmarks in books or write them directly onto copies of stories. Bookmarks and posters are included.
Stop, jot and roll! Stop and jots are great for teaching students how to be an active reader and reflect on the text. Use these active reading strategies during independent reading time, book clubs and having students write about their reading! Use this digital resource during virtual learning or in
These 17 think marks and 12 flip charts will allow students to practice comprehension skills daily with any text on any level. These can be used in guided reading groups, whole groups or independently to guide their reading and thinking. This bundle includes... 17 THINK MARKS: RL.1.1, RL.1.2 ,RI.1
Have students use different emoji to mark the book while they read! These emoji think marks will motivate the students to use different strategies while reading. Students will look forward to drawing the emoji on a sticky note and marking the text. This resource comes with a poster that can be
There is no doubt about it that reading is thinking, and students need guidance, modeling and practice in doing so. Encourage your students to think and digest what they’re independently reading with these Think Mark sticky notes. It improves reading comprehension and strengthens the use of reading
There is no doubt about it that reading is thinking, and students need guidance, modeling and practice in doing so. Encourage your students to think and digest what they’re independently reading with these Think Marks bookmarks, which also includes a place for a sticky note. Using Think Marks while
Thinkmarks are a special type of bookmark that encourage students to think as they read. Each thinkmark focuses on a reading strategy that good readers use to understand the text. Students can use the thinkmark to apply strategies that have been presented in whole class lessons. Thinkmarks can be
Thinkmarks are a concrete way to teach young readers to think while reading. Building comprehension is key and these poster will help students to think and mark their pages while actively reading: making predictions (thought bubble)favorite part (heart)confusing part (?)making connections (C)wonderi
Grades:
K - 1st
What are “Thinkmarks”? Thinkmarks are letters or symbols that readers use to mark parts of a text where metacognition occurs. The different letters or symbols categorize what type of thought the reader experienced.There are 3 different levels of bookmarks to choose from in this resource. The first l
This poster lists thinking marks students can make when reading on Post It notes to assist with comprehension. They can be used when reading in centers, independently reading or buddy reading.
Help your students develop their reading comprehension skills with the help of these Thinkmark tools. Thinkmarks are a tool for helping your students learn to think as they read. When you are teaching this reading comprehension skill, you are teaching students how to mark their reading with their th
What are “Thinkmarks”? Thinkmarks are letters or symbols that readers use to mark parts of a text where metacognition occurs. The different letters or symbols categorize what type of thought the reader experienced.There are 3 different levels of bookmarks to choose from in this resource. The first l
Thinkmarks Bookmarks for students to use when close reading or annotating text. I will be using these for Social Studies mainly on our World History Studies Weekly Newspaper. Print "Landscape." I included 2 pages of the same thing so you can change your print settings to print 2 per page if you wan
Perfect for recording ideas while reading independently at home. Students can use their gmail account (or a parent gmail account) to access the digital version and share it with their teachers.
A thinkmark is used as an interactive bookmark. It can be used for many purposes such as exit slips or summative assessments. You will find thinkmarks for the following strategies: making connections asking questions story elements cause and effect context clues genre identification affixes summar
Subjects:
Grades:
1st - 8th
Excellent practice and assessment Thinkmarks to facilitate thinking while your cutie-patooties "close read" fiction and nonfiction texts. Three like bookmarks to a page to reduce paper usage. Perfect for individual, paired, small or whole group reading response. Ten different bookmarks in all, wh
Instead of using bookmarks, students use these thinkmarks while reading. The thinkmarks guide students to think and use reading strategies while reading. Strategies that are encouraged by the thinkmarks are: connect, question, predict, visualize, and expand vocabulary. When students use a thinki
Reading Strategy Thinkmarks are a great way to get students thinking about their reading responses. Use the checkboxes as a way for students to ensure they are adding variety to their reading responses or simply have students keep their thinkmarks handy during reading to be continuously used. Contai
How do we get students to think about what they are reading and increase reading comprehension? How about using "Thinkmarks"? Reading comprehension can always use a boost, and I have included many genres like nonfiction, fiction, historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy, and more!
Interactive bookmarks, or what I called thinkmarks, that can be used for reading. Student use them to demonstrate reading strategies for guided reading, independent reading, literature circles or for homework. Nine thinkmarks are included in the pdf: Word Wizard (using context clues), Fortune Tell

showing 1-24 of 673 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up