QAR, Question-Answer relationships, are a great strategy to teach kids about asking questions about their reading and finding answers to questions in their reading. It ranges from right there (in the book) questions to answering questions completely
Book Jacket reading project that students can create independently at home or in school when they finish an independent or book group book. It is a great review of fiction elements! Have fun and be creative!
Students use these guided notes when studying and learning about nonfiction text features. They should find examples and determine the purpose of the feature. Complete the chart together in the students notebooks.
Use these note sheets to review each of the important literary genres with your students when talking about how to pick out a just right book. Genres include fantasy, realistic fiction, poetry, mystery, historical fiction, nonfiction, classics and
Students should know what is going on in the world around them including local, national and world news. Every other week, students will be required to find a current events articles and complete the report form to share with their classmates.
READO - Bingo for the elementary reading classroom. Students are challenged to read 25 books of different genres, series and authors throughout the year. When they have completed a book, they receive a sticker for this chart. If they get a READO,
Parents know their children best! In the beginning of the school year, I ask parents to complete "Introducing Your Child" in order for me to better get to know my students. This also gives parents the opportunity to share what they think are their
At the completion of an independent reading book, students must complete this recommendation and review the finished book with their teacher. It covers important information such as characters, setting, summary and recommendations.
Use this sheet throughout the school year to record information pertaining to individual students reading within the classroom. Record interview information, assessments, standardized testing results, read aloud thoughts, etc.