I love to write on Sticky Notes and so do my students!
I print out the “Ponder Point” bookmark and laminate it. It's so easy to grab and
use again and again!
Here’s how I use it: During my guided reading lesson when students are quietly re-reading and I’m either assessing or listening to another student read. I give the other students a “ponder point” which correlates to one of the questions I’m also asking the student I’m focusing on. Once I ask the student I’m working with the question, I open up the conversation to the students in my group and they are ready to answer with their “Ponder Point”.
Other Ways to Use these: Students can write their own "I wonder" questions while reading to discuss later with their book club or reading partner.
You will need: Post it notes (3 in x 3 in)- I print the template page first, then put my post it notes on it. I run that through the printer for the pages that I need.
In this resource you will find:
> Sticky Note Template Page
> Ponder Point, I wonder, Think Mark Templates.
I made one editable, so you can add your own title.
> Sticky Note Questions for the top square of the book mark. You can print blank (and just fill In questions as you need them- I do this) or I made them editable so you can type in a question.
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Thanks so much! Kara