Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3

Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
Reading Response Journal: Grades 2 & 3
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This reading response journal will be a great addition to be used in your 2nd and 3rd grade classroom. It can be used with any fiction book, and includes a large variety of reading response worksheets, reading logs, and writing prompts. This response journal is perfect for students to work on as they keep track of what they read. It is a great companion for novel studies, literature circles, or even whole class or independent reading time. You can create a reading response journal that is custom to the needs of your class, or you can print off pages individually to use.

This resource includes:
•Journal cover page (for student packet)
•Reading logs (multiple different varieties, including both monthly and weekly options with both boy and girl clipart)

Reading response worksheets
→Pre-reading questions
→Answering questions (who, what, where, when, why, how)
→Changing the title
→Chapter notes
→Daily reading notes
→Story elements
→Making predictions
→Interview with a character
→Comparing characters
→Making connections (text-to-text, text-to-world, text-to-self)
→“LOL Moments” (keeping track of funny scenes as you read)
→“OMG Moments” (keeping track of the surprising scenes as you read)
→“Hmm Moments” (keeping track of questions as you read)
→Scene sketching
→Plot timeline
→Learning new vocabulary
→Problem and Solution
→Author’s purpose
→Character’s response
→Point of view
→Main idea and supporting details (events)
→Finding the evidence (Finding evidence in the text for setting, main character, problem, solution, and message)
→Book review

Write about Reading prompts
→Character diary
→The Character Like Me
→Lessons Learned
→Letter to a character
→Writing a new ending
→Summarizing the story
→Writing about the characters
→Writing about events
→Writing about favorites
→Writing about the story’s lesson
→Writing about the problem and solution
→Writing about quotes in the story
→Writing about the setting


Related Resources:
Reading Response Journal: Grades 4 & 5

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84 pages
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