Use the following handouts in a workstation. Each page to be completed on a different day of the week. Use the handouts with a basal reader, a chapter book, story of the week, or whatever passage you are currently working on. Put the passage of choice with the papers so that there is no confusion made by the student. This product is meant to be a spiral review used throughout the year so that students are continually reminded of these essential elements of a story.
Use this item along with your reading workstation to be used weekly. Just change the story in the station and you have a ready to go workstation. Include your own “I Can…” if you would like.
At the end of this product you will find all the elements of a story on one worksheet for daily assignments for your convenience.
Day five is not included as it is meant to be an assessment day.
Customer Tips: Place each day into a folder. Only replace the reading material weekly. This product is meant to be used in a reading workstation that is easy peasy!!span>
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