Looking for a motivating and engaging way to have your retell a story? Look no more! Use any of these 5 graphic organizers on ANY FICTIONAL TEXT. Yes, you chose the appropriate reading level and content for these versatile graphic organizers.
Do your students love the creative tales of the BLACK LAGOON? Choose this book report to engage your readers through each chapter in this silly and insightful story of Hubie’s book report!
This chapter-by-chapter book report requires readers to
CLICK! Do your readers love these mysteries? Read this book, Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Television Dog, (Level L) and complete this chapter-by-chapter book report.
Each chapter has text-based questions, many with opportunities for
Do your students love to read about the adventures of Henry and Mudge (Level J)? Do you want them to be acccountable for their reading? This book report provides chapter-by-chapter activities and questions to deepen their understanding of these
CLICK! Do your young readers enjoy solving the mysteries along with Cam Jansen and her friends! Guide students through this book, Cam Jansen and the Scary Snake Mystery (Level L) with this organized and thorough book report.
Each chapter has
Looking for a thorough way to teach all of those idioms and homophones? This book report will guide your (Level L) readers through the book, Amelia Bedelia: Under Construction. Text based activities are broken down with vocubulary instruction and
Cam Jansen's photographic memory "CAPTURES" many readers and this book report shoudl capture you, too!
Young Cam Jansen and the Pizza Shop Mystery (Level K) is a great book for Guided Reading, whole-class, or indepdendent reading! Use this book
Do your students love to read about these famous buds? If you want to engage them in their reading, this book report will do the trick! It's teacher AND student friendly with text-based questions and activities organized clearly by chapter! Like
Use this versatile worksheet along with ANY book- leveled readers, teacher read alouds, big books or even magazines! Students are asked to read and record verbs to use in their own sentence.
Perfect for Guided Reading, Literacy Centers or
Do your readers need practice in understanding and exploring TEXT FEATURES? Look no further when studying GLOSSARY WORDS.
This worksheet is made for any level of informational text, so differentiation is easy! Simple directions require students
Do your readers love this silly but endearing series? Read this book, Amber Brown is Not a Crayon, (Level N) and then complete this engaging, student-centered chapter-by-chapter book report.
Each chapter has text-based questions, many with
This book report will guided your students right through this Level J book, Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa SCHOOL DAYS written by Erica Silverman.
Each chapter is complete with various text based activties including vocabulary wordwork, a cause and effect
CLICK!!! Looking for an engaging way to read about our favorite character?? When reading CAME JANSEN: THE LOST TOOTH--- look no more!
This chapter by chapter book report requires readers to deepen their understanding of the plot and characters.
Enjoy this level K book, Strike Three, Marley with this engaging comprehension guide. It's perfect for Guided Reading, Shared Reading or whole class lessons. Literature Circles could also enjoy this organized and thorough packet!
Each part is
Looking for a motivating and engaging way to have your students identify the topic and details of an informational text? Look no more! Use this brochure to summary ANY nonfiction text. Yes, you chose the appropriate reading level and content for
Do your students love to reading about the adventures of Henry and Mudge (Level J)? Do you want them to be acccountable for their reading? Use this book report for guided reading, shared reading, independent reading or even literature circles to
Looking to develop phonemic awareness? These FOUR pages are for you. Each page has 12 phonemes in which a student can create their own word. Providing manipulatives like foam letters or magnetic letters woudl be an engaging way to support
Looking for an engaging way to read the book, “Lucky,” by Jane E. Gerver? Look no more! This chapter book is an endearing story about a horse named Lucky and its brave rider.
This chapter-by-chapter book report requires readers to deepen their
Need to work on syllable sounds? Use this interactive activity in centers or independent work to sort words with one, two, three and four syllables.
DIFFERENTIATION: Challenge students to sort words and list in ABC order!
Use this book evaluation on ANY BOOK!
These user-friendly pages are leveled (A,B,C) to meet all the needs of your primary classroom. With engaging sentence prompts and an opportunity to delve a little deeper when reflecting upon books, these