Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Great sentence-stems chart for responding to reading. Perfect for Read to Self or Reading Response Journals

10 Words You Need To Stop Misspelling Infographic

Words We Need to Stop Misspelling by The Oatmeal. I have to admit this entails some of my biggest pet peeves.

An Educator's Life: Next Stop: Fictional Narrative. Read about my journey about teaching fictional narrative writing.

I like the Hook in front of the rising action. An Educator's Life: Next Stop: Fictional Narrative. Read about my journey about teaching fictional narrative writing.

Love this anchor chart sharing ways to ask questions about main idea! (Free)

Reading comprehension - Different Types of Main Idea Questions--Great Teaching Resource When Covering Main Idea With Students. Click the image


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