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Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft

Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Camping Themed Reading Strategy Cards-Make Your Own Strategy Board Cafe or Craft
Product Description
Need a cute camping theme for your own reading strategy board, cafe, or craft strategy boards. This set of camping themed reading strategy cards includes strategies from Cafe by the Two Sisters, CRAFT, as well as many other research based and classroom teacher approved strategies, primary reading strategies, metacognition, and many more strategies. The strategy cards come with and without pictures.It also includes editable cards to make your own strategy cards.
Accuracy Strategies:
-Cross Checking
-Use the pictures. Do the words and pictures match?
-Flip the sound
-Use beginning and ending sounds
-Blend sounds; stretch and reread
-Chunk letters and sounds together
-Skip the word and then come back
-Trade a word
-Lips the fish
-Stretchy snake
-Chunky Monkey
-Flip The Dolphin
-Tryin' Lion
-Helpful Hippo
-Eagle Eye
-Skippy Frog

Comprehension Strategies
-Compare and contrast between texts
-Summarize the text
-Synthesize your schema and the text
-Use sticky notes to find your evidence
-Check for understanding
-Back up and reread
-Use prior knowledge to connect with text
-Use your schema (what you know) to connect with text
-Make and adjust predictions.
-Infer and support
-Make a picture or mental image
-Visualize in your head
-Ask questions while reading
-Ask wonder questions
-Use text features
-Summarize text
-Sequence the text
-Use main ideas and supporting details to determine importance
-Determine and analyze author's purpose
-Determine Author's Purpose (PIEE and PIE)
-Recognize literacy elements
-Recognize story elements
-Find story elements
-Recognize and explain cause-and-effect relationships

Vocabulary:
-use word parts to determine the meanings of new words
-Use prefixes to determine the meanings of new words
-Use suffixes to determine the meanings of new words
-Use your schema and context to predict and determine meanings of new words
-Use your prior knowledge and text context to predict and determine meanings of new words
-Ask someone to define a new word
-Use dictionaries as a tool to determine the meaning of new words
-Use thesauruses as a tool to determine the meaning of new words
-Use dictionaries, thesauruses, and glossaries as tools to determine the meaning of new words
-Use glossaries as a tool to determine the meaning of new words

Fluency Reading Strategies:
-Use punctuation to enhance phrasing and prosody
-Pay close attention to your accuracy
-Read with expression
-Read with a natural pace
-Read at a rate where you comprehend
-Put words together like you are talking
-Practice reading like you like the book you are reading
-Read good fit books
-Say the "s: at the end of words
-Say the "ing" at the end of words
-Say the "ed" at the end of words
-Say beginning and ending sounds of words
-Use a storyteller's voice

Response To Text:
-Create text-to-text connections
-Create text-to-self connections
-Create text-to-world connections
-Use sticky notes to mark places you would like to go back to for your response
-Focus on an important character.
Focus on the protagonist and antagonist
-Note wonder questions you have about the text
-Think of your audience
-Provide a summary by retelling important details
-Use quotation to support your response
-Create a response
-Create an opinion response
-Set up your response (title, author, date)
-Use phrases to make connections to text (for example, for instance, such as)
-Use sticky notes to record important information
-Draw a picture of your response
-Note your feelings about the text

Text Features Strategies
-Use text and text features to identify the problem
-Think about the characters
-Use maps to gain information about a topic
-Use a diagram to gain information about a topic
-Use tables to gain information about a topic
-Use charts to gain information about a topic
-Use key words to gain information about a text
-Use textboxes to gain information
-Use an index to find information in a non-fiction text
-Use a table of contents to find information
-Look for subheadings to see what a section of text will be about
-Use a glossary to find definitions of unfamiliar words and vocabulary
-Use labels to know the names of part of an object
-Use text listed in bullets to identify and understand facts about a text
-Use the characteristics of a text to identify its genre to comprehend
-Use text features to identify the problem in the story
-Look for various types of print to identify key vocabulary/information
-Use photographs and illustrations to help comprehend
-Use captions to help comprehend
-Use a text’s excerpt or blub to preview
-Use the title to predict what the text will be about
-Use chapter names to predict
-Think about setting(s) and why it is important



Total Pages
93 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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