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Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion. 21st century skills.

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I made this for my guided reading group discussions. The kiddies love it:) Melissa can't take credit for this I however love it and it is a neat way to get the brain working :)

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Winter Writing Prompts

This 'Let It Snow' winter writing prompts pack contains a total of 30 journal prompts for use throughout the winter months. The writing prompts are open-ended and can be used for a daily response journal or more structured and guided journal writing, after class/small group discussion or research. I have also included blank templates, with and without a themed border. Included are handwriting guidelines, as well as lines only, for more advanced, able writers.

Getting ready for book clubs...

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Guided Reading Questions- Before, During and After- adds for awesome small group discussion! (and the rest of this site has many other great things to offer!)

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WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS by Wilson Rawls - Discussion Cards

* Higher-order, quality questions from each chapter, including content and academic vocabulary.* Perfect for guided reading, partner/group discussions, literature circles, interactive notebooks, writing prompts and stations. Great for engaging students in the text and citing evidence!Great for using speaking and listening skills!Great formative assessment for teachers listening to discussions!Laminate cards, cut out and staple at top, insert in library pocket inside book cover for…

* Higher-order, quality questions from each chapter* Perfect for guided reading, partner/group discussions, literature circles, book clubs, comprehension check, differentiated instruction, reading intervention, take home for parental involvement, speaking and listening skills, etc.Laminate cards, cut out and staple at top, insert in library pocket inside book cover for discussions.

* Higher-order, quality questions from each chapter* Perfect for guided reading, partner/group discussions, literature circles, book clubs, comprehension check, differentiated instruction, reading intervention, take home for parental involvement, speaking and listening skills, etc.Laminate cards, cut out and staple at top, insert in library pocket inside book cover for discussions.

Please, I need you to participate…

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