Talking About Books – Prompts
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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.
A set of 12 literature study task cards for lower elementary students to use when analyzing children’s literature.
A set of 15 finger puppets that can be used to spark the imagination for creative writing or to perform puppet shows.
A worksheet which encourages students to create a new book cover for a shared class or independent novel.
Use this flip book template with your upper elementary students when teaching about the features of literary characters.
A set of QR code question cubes to use when working with reading comprehension strategies.
A fun comprehension strategy board game for students to play during literacy rotations.
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.
A set of comprehension task cards to help students summarize when reading.
A beautifully designed, 24-page reading magazine specifically written for Grade 3 students.
A fun reading activity to help students discover books they enjoy.
Celebrate National Poetry Month in the primary classroom with this planning guide and set of resources.
Use this weekly poetry guide to celebrate National Poetry Month in your primary classroom.
A poster highlighting how to ask questions when reading a piece of text.
An engaging 22-slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the classroom when learning about chance and probability.
A set of 28 generic QAR question cards for students to use as a comprehension task after reading.
A fun script and set of questions to help students develop reading and comprehension strategies.
Use this template during a guided reading session for a scaffold to help your students retell a text.
A set of reading question and sentence starter cards aligned with Bloom’s Taxonomy.
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.
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