March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)

March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
March Reading Response Logs (Grade 3)
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Wondering how to keep students accountable for weekly reading assignments?

This resource includes an entire MONTH of weekly fiction and nonfiction reading response logs to keep your students engaged and accountable for what they read each night! Each reading response log is aligned to the third grade common core standards and addresses a specific skill set, so you will never again have to wonder if students are getting the most out of their nightly reading.

What is included?
Included in the March Reading Response Log download are four common core aligned reading response logs, two fiction and two nonfiction. You will also receive a guide to meeting the third grade standards, as well as a table of contents listing the specific skills covered in each reading response log.

March Skills:
- identifying setting
- using/identifying adjectives
- identifying the main character
- comparing and contrasting
- making text connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world)
- identifying an illustration
- author’s purpose
- academic/content-specific words and definitions
- identifying characters
- making text connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world)
- identifying setting
- author’s purpose
- critiquing a fictional text
- academic/content-specific words and definitions
- illustrating vocabulary
- identifying fact
- identifying nonfiction text features
- making text connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world)
- critiquing/making recommendations
- formulating questions about a topic
- purpose for reading
- making text connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world)
- academic/content-specific words and definitions
- identifying nonfiction text features
- identifying author’s purpose
- critiquing a nonfiction text





How do I use March Reading Response Logs in my classroom?
These reading response logs are designed to be implemented weekly. You may choose to use only one or two variations in a month, or you may choose to vary the log each week to ensure your students are receiving exposure to a variety of skills. Simply print the logs front to back and send home with your students each week. (I like sending my reading response logs home on Tuesdays so students can work on them over the weekend too!)

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