This is a book club invitation that I use to invite several students to join in a book club. This sheet can be cut in half. This is a great way to remind students what book club is and what the students' responsibilities are. This is also a great
This is the same as the original Rounding Roller Coaster. However, they are smaller for students to use. There are four on a page to print and cut. Students can use these while practicing rounding.
If the car gets to the top, which is at the
These are questions to use while reading the novel, Charlotte's Web. I used these in a literature circle or book club. You can use them as a small group or whole class. They are split up into each chapter.
Thinking Stems are great for students to use while reading to assess comprehension. I use them during literature circles. I usually print these on card stock and then bound them together with a binder ring. Students then record what comprehension
This is used as a visual to show students that when a number is a 5 or higher and is at the top of the roller coaster, then it will go on to the next number. However, if the number is a 4 or lower, it will roll back down the roller coaster and stay