This set of 17 printable sticky notes has essential teaching points for young readers. Directions on how to print directly on sticky notes are included with detailed pictures. Leave your student with a sticky note of the teaching point you gave them during a reading conference so they can refer to it in the future. A tip on how your students can store their sticky notes is included.
The teaching points include:
*When readers get stuck on a tricky word, they can use the picture for a clue.
*Readers get their mind ready to read.
*Readers use their pointing finger to follow the text.
*Readers get their mouth ready for the first sound.
*Readers know when characters are talking because of quotation marks.
*Readers match their voice to the ending punctuation.
*Readers try different vowel sounds when figuring out new words.
*Readers reread when something doesn't make sense.
*Readers read in a smooth voice.
*Readers notice that books have patterns.
*Readers try other strategies if one strategy isn't working.
*Readers always think about what makes sense.
*Imagine yourself in the setting.
*Readers preview a nonfiction book before starting to read.
*Readers stop often and ask, “what am I learning?”
*Readers ask questions when they read nonfiction.
*Readers study pictures closely in nonfiction books.
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