These printable, reusable, and text-agnostic guided reading task cards can not only help young readers review key concepts like setting, characterization, and text structure, but they also help cover these key concepts in ways that span cognitive levels without overwhelming students. Four cards are focused on literature, and two on non-fiction, helping provide you and your readers with a quick and easy way to review a text.
My favorite way to use these? Print a class set on card stock, laminate them, put them on a key ring, and store them in an easily accessible place in your classroom. When students are done reading they can grab a ring and work through the questions on their own or with a partner before reviewing the reading as a class. With consistency, eventually students won't even need to be prompted to grab a set and review!
This product pairs well with Tic-Tac-Toe Novel Practice.