Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually. Reading surveys help you get a good grasp of where student's are at in their reading journey. This can be used at the beginning, middle or end of the year! *************************Looking for the Intermediate Reading Survey?

Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually.

http://gingersnapstreatsforteachers.blogspot.com/2012/08/long-range-plans-and-reading-interest.html

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Use this Interest Inventory at the beginning of the year to start getting an idea about how your students feel about reading and what they enjoy reading. Enjoy!

Use this Interest Inventory at the beginning of the year to start getting an idea about how your students feel about reading and what they enjoy reading.

Reading Interest Survey - find out what they like to read!

Reading Interest Survey- Good way for teachers to assist students in choosing appropriate books during independent reading time.

adorable student survey (back to school!) Pencils and Magic Wands

First Days of School // Student Interest Survey. I like this concept, though I would add more E/LA-based questions -- including genre based questions, process based questions, self assessment/ability based questions, etc.

FREE Reading Interest Survey to get to know new students

Two versions of a reading interest survey are included (a boy version and a girl version). The survey is typically used at the beginning of the school year for

Engaging Reading Interest Survey Activity {Free}

Engaging Reading Interest Survey Activity {Free}

These reading interest survey task card freebies are a great way to get to you know your students as readers. Play SCOOT with these cards or do a gallery walk. Read more and grab the cards on this post.

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