These resources are great to get students thinking more deeply about what they have read in narrative texts...and writing about it!
The first page is a list of when to sticky note your thoughts when reading (i.e., making a prediction, experiencing a word you don't know, etc.). I have my students put this in their reading notebooks to refer back to and have on their desks during independent reading time.
The next two pages are used to create a double-sided reading response based on what students read in their narrative text. Students start by writing a brief summary of what they have read (to give the teacher some insight into their text) and then students select one of their sticky notes and elaborate more on what they were thinking. The reading response graphic organizer encourages students to use textual evidence to support their thinking! You can also use the graphic organizer as homework assignments too :)
**See my store for the same product, but for expository texts!