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Guided Reading Prompt Cards

24 prompt cards for during guided reading. During reading breaks, a student can choose a card and complete the task or answer the question. These prompt cards will increase student engagement and foster comprehension during reading.

Learn a few simple ways to make your Independent Reading Time more engaging, effective, and meaningful in your classroom.

Making the Most of Independent Reading Time

Check out these Independent reading activities that will make student reading time more meaningful. Lots of independent reading ideas, anchor charts, and resources. Grab the free graphic organizer while you are there!

Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories. Cute!

Personal Narrative-Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories.

25 Ridiculously Wonderful Books To Read With Kids In 2015

25 Ridiculously Wonderful Books To Read With Kids In 2015

in 2015 by entering into a world of imagination with them! Great way to keep close and foster their ever-malleable creativity 25 Absurdly Delightful Books To Read With Kids In 2015

Teach your kids about Chinese New Year with these 10 picture books! (via No Time For Flash Cards)

Books About China & Chinese New Year

Good Books about China & Chinese New Year for Kids I'll need this for my Chinese New Year's center.

Kindergarten Writing Rubric - Free to download; includes descriptions of each developmental level of writing.

Write On: Getting Kids Started Writing STORIES in KINDERGARTEN! (Free Rubric!)

Kindergarten writing rubric- this teacher works in a district that requires their Kindergarten kids to write stories with multiple characters, and settings. There are some great ideas in here!

Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions

Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions- Use questioning to move students thought up the level of blooms.

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