Literature Study Task Cards – Lower Elementary
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A set of 12 literature study task cards for lower elementary students to use when analyzing children's literature.
A graphic organizer for students to use when categorizing sensory details.
A worksheet to use when asking questions before, during and after reading.
5 different versions of dice to use when asking questions before, during and after reading.
5 different versions of wheels to use when asking questions before, during and after reading.
Question prompts and a worksheet to use when asking questions before, during and after reading.
Bookmarks to remind your students of the different reading strategies.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the persuasive genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of opinion pieces.
A set of 6 reading stamina posters that highlight strategies students can use to read for longer periods of time.
A beautifully designed, 24-page reading magazine specifically written for Grade 2 students.
Five sets of literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with the first edition of Teach Starter's Grade 2 magazine.
Prompts for students to use when orally discussing books.
A fun newspaper themed poster with 3 library book report templates to use when responding to literature.
Celebrate National Poetry Month in the primary classroom with this planning guide and set of resources.
A set of comprehension task cards to help students compare and contrast when reading.
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