Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels

Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
Reading Goal Checklist Bundle : Bookmarks and Labels
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Products in this Bundle (2)
  1. These handy reading checklist conference labels go with my Reading Goal Checklist bookmarks. They have the same checklists to help you keep track of your student's reading goals easily! Just conference, note, stick and go! Contains a retelling rubric and a summarizing rubric, and also great for k
  2. These bookmarks are the perfect helpers for your students when they are working independently on their Reading Goals! They remind the students of their goal, have a checklist of the different steps to meeting their goal, and even have a mini anchor chart on the back to help them reach their goal if
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  1. Everything you need to rock your reading conferences! Reading conference forms for you and your students, labels to keep track of and document your reading conferences, sticky rubrics, and reading goal strategy bookmarks to help keep your students on track for their reading goals! Also included an
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  2. These Reading Goal Checklists are the perfect helpers for your students when they are working independently on their Reading Goals! They remind the students of their goal, have a checklist of the different steps to meeting their goal, and even have a mini anchor chart to help them reach their goal i
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  • Bundle Description
  • Standards

These Reading Goal Checklist Bookmarks and teacher conference labels are the perfect helpers for your students when they are working independently, in guided reading groups, or strategy groups on their Reading Goals! The bookmarks remind the students of their goal, give the different steps to meeting their goal, and even have a mini anchor chart on the back to help them reach their goal if they forget! The labels help you keep track of and document your student's goals using the same checklists that are on the bookmarks! Also great for keeping anecdotal notes of guided reading groups and strategy groups!

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This very helpful product includes bookmarks and labels for the following Reading Strategies:

★Building Reading Stamina

★Voracious Reading

★Read with a Partner

★Choosing a Good Fit Book

★Comprehension

★Identifying Non-Fiction Text features

★Summarizing Fiction

★Summarizing Non-fiction

★Monitor and Fix-up

★Ask questions

★Make predictions

★Mental Images

★Cause and Effect

★Close reading

★Making connections

★Main Idea

★Making inferences

★Author’s purpose

★What’s in your heart

★What’s in your head

★Understanding characters

★Accuracy

★Fluency

★Vocabulary

The conference labels also have:

★ a retelling rubric

★ a summarizing rubric

The bookmarks all come in 2 sizes Large (half-page) and Medium (3 to a page).

The labels come in 2 different sizes as well 2x4 and 4x3

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Hilary Gard

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Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.
Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 2–3 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic.
Total Pages
150+
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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