Looking to give your students ownership of their independent reading with a reading response journal? These fiction and nonfiction reading choice boards will engage your students during independent reading and promote reading comprehension. Use these choice boards in your classroom tomorrow with NO prep!
To Use: Students choose three questions to answer that form three boxes in a row (think tic-tac-toe) on the reading choice boards. You can also have students complete the entire board, four corners, etc.
Laminate to use again and again or have students glue the choice board into their reading response journal. Switch it up each week or month with different choice boards to cover multiple reading standards through independent reading!
This Resource Includes:
- Fiction Reading Response Choice Boards
- Nonfiction Reading Response Choice Boards
- Blank and editable templates so you can write your own questions or have students create questions!
- Recording sheets
- Google Slides Version of all pages
- Colored Google Slides version of all pages
Print each choice board and answer sheet back-to-back for an easy, no-prep reading comprehension activity. Plus, they are completely editable for your classroom, making for easy to differentiation!
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TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID...
⭐ A third grade teacher said, “This was a great resource! Works especially well with students who like to self pace, or who finish classwork/chapter reads quickly.”
⭐ A seventh grade teacher said, “Kids loved the opportunity to pick and choose what to write about in their journals---it was also a lot of fun for them to share with classmates as part of Reader's Workshop!”
⭐ A sixth grade teacher said, “I really appreciated the flexibility of this product, because it empowers students to make their own choices. Because there are multiple boards for fiction and non-fiction, it also allows you to choose one board to assign at a time, or one of each for students to choose their type of book as well as the activities.”