January Reading Printables

January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
January Reading Printables
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This product is the first in a series of monthly reading log and book response pages. My littles will complete these pages during their independent reading time...they will work with any book they are reading (fiction and nonfiction are included.) I included a cover page in case you want to staple the entire packet for your littles to work on throughout the month! This would also be perfect to put in a listening station, or buddy reading! Students could fill out the sheets together after they read a book together!

For kinder babies, or firsties who aren't yet reading, you could send the reading log home for parents to fill out and students can fill out the response sheets after class read alouds.

Here is what is included in the pack
Reading Log (There are two versions...one for students to write if it is fiction/nonfiction and the date, and one for younger learners who just write the title and rate the book)

Frosty Favorite- Draw/write about your favorite part of the book
Character Snowballs- Draw and describe the main characters, and write your favorite character's name
Retelling is Cool- Students tell the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story
Snowy Story Elements-Students draw or write the characters, setting, problem, and solution
Snowball Sight Words-Students write sight words they found in their book
New Words Are Falling- Students write new words in their book, and clues they found to help read or understand the word
Snowy Story Timeline- Students put events in order (1st-6th)

Frosty Facts-Students write 4 new facts they learned in their book
Wintery Main Idea-Students write the main idea, and 4 details
Frosty New Learning- Students write and draw about their new learning from their book
Chilly Changed Thinking-Students write about a misconception they had, and how the book cleared it up for them

I will definitely model these for my students before they do them independently. This is a great way to differentiate...some sheets are more challenging than others, and some can be done with just drawing (and no writing).

Be sure to check out the year long bundle too!!

Here's the rest of them!
February Reading Log and Response
March Reading Log and Response
April Reading Log and Response
May Reading Log and Response
August Reading Log and Response
September Reading Log and Response
October Reading Log and Response
November Reading Log and Response
December Reading Log and Response

I hope you love this product! Please email me if you have any questions at all!
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