Reading Strategies PDFs Only with Interactive Student Notebook Foldables

Grade Levels
1st - 3rd, Homeschool
Standards
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Pages
260 printable
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Description

This is the PDF only Version of my Reading Strategies product on TpT. Little preparation other than printing is required.

There is a freebie in the preview PDF file.

These are the student pages and teaching posters.

Interactive student notebook foldables are included.

Please also see my reading strategies professional development video with the PDFs included in this product.

See also the full version bundled pack including SMART Board files

Including:

1. K-2 Text to Self Mini lessons 53 page PDF

2. Asking Questions 104 page PDF

3. Back-up and Re-read 38 page PDF

4. Determining Importance 38 page PDF

5. Non-fiction conventions 51 page PDF

6. Synthesizing 40 page PDF

7. Two printable student posters 18 inches X 24 inches

8. All 3 text connections: text-to-self (review), text-to-text, and text-to-world, 79 page PDF

Book List for Reading Strategies Lessons

Select from titles listed, other books may be used with the many generic pages.

Asking Questions

BATS by Gail Gibbons

OWLS by Neal Niemuth

SPIDERS by Gail Gibbons

THE PUMPKIN BOOK by Gail Gibbons

Back up and reread

MY FATHER THE DRAGON by Ruth Stiles Gannet (book only required for a few pages, most are generic)

Determining Importance

Links to online public domain stories including BLACK BEAUTY, HEIDI, and GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (small portions of the stories are referenced, the entire books are not required)

Synthesizing

LITTLE BEAR’S VISIT by Else Homelund Minarik

GEORGE AND MARTHA by James Marshall

STORMY by Elizabeth Mills

ARTHUR’S TV TROUBLE by Marc Brown

LIAR, LIAR, PANTS ON FIRE by Diane de Groat

SWEET CLARA AND THE FREEDOM QUILT by Deborah Hopkinson

FRACTION FUN by David B. Adler

THE GRAPES OF MATH by Greg Tang

TRACKS IN THE WILD by Betsy Bowen

Text-to-Self-with-writing-project

BEACH, by Elisha Cooper

WILL I HAVE A FRIEND? By Miriam Cohen

THERE'S A BIG BEAUTIFUL WORLD OUT THERE! By Nancy Carlson

CHARLIE NEEDS A CLOAK, story and pictures by Tomie dePaola

THANKS TO YOU: Wisdom from Mother and Child, by Julie Andrews Edwards, Emma Walton Hamilton

from the Julie Andrews Collection

ARCTIC DREAMS by Carole Gerber, illustrated by Marty Husted

I LOVE YOU, MOUSE, By John Graham, illustrated by Tomie dePaola

TWIGBOY, by Stephen Gammell

FROGGY BUILDS A TREEHOUSE by Jonathan London

Text-to-Self Review

HENRY AND MUDGE AND THE FOREVER SEA

by Cynthia Rylant

ZACK’S ALLIGATOR by Shirley Mozelle

CHRYSANTHEMUM by Kevin Henkes

FROG OR TOAD by Patricia A. Lynch

VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES, an IN-Siders Book

Text-to-Text

HENRY AND MUDGE AND THE FOREVER SEA

by Cynthia Rylant

THREE BY THE SEA by Edward Marshall

KNUFFLE BUNNY by Mo Willems

KNUFFLE BUNNY, TOO by Mo Willems

GREYLING by Jane Yolen

JUMPING MOUSE by John Steptoe

CAM JANSEN AND THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLD COINS by David A. Alder

ZACK’S ALLIGATOR by Shirley Mozelle

LONG NIGHT MOON by Cynthia Rylant

OWL MOON by Jane Yolen

NIGHT DRIVING by John Coy

FROG OR TOAD by Patricia A. Lynch

FROG AND TOAD ALL YEAR by Arnold Lobel

PIERRE by Maurice Sendak

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE by Maurice Sendak

WHEN I WAS YOUNG IN THE MOUNTAINS

by Cynthia Rylant

Any LITTLE HOUSE book by Laura Ingalls Wilder

(including the My First Little House Series)

Text-to-World

A CHAIR FOR MY MOTHER by Vera B. Williams

THE BIG WAVE by Pearl S. Buck

DEAR JUNO by Soyung Pak

THE EARTH AND I by Frank Asch

ON THE SAME DAY IN MARCH by Marilyn Singer

PING by Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese

RAIN by QEB Weather Watch, Honor Head

or another nonfiction weather book

Wise Owl Factory, Carolyn Wilhelm

cwilhelm@thewiseowlfactory.com

Carolyn Wilhelm, NBCT

Wise Owl Factory

Total Pages
260 printable
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types.
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.

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