@joylubin  exactly what we talked about! Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making the Most of Independent Reading Time

Making the Most of Independent Reading Time

@joylubin exactly what we talked about! Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making the Most of Independent Reading Time

Independent Reading: Goal Setting and Assignments

Independent Reading: Goal Setting and Assignments

Independent reading assessments are always tricky: you want students to read something they enjoy, at their reading level and at their own pace. How, then, do

Read about two changes to my independent reading routine that made all the difference last year...do you want accountability without the hassle (and often waste) of reading logs? There's a better way and you can learn all about it here! Reading Log Ideas, Back to School Homework routines

Read about two changes to my independent reading routine that made all the difference last year...do you want accountability without the hassle (and often waste) of reading logs? There's a better way and you can learn all about it here! Reading Log Ideas, Back to School Homework routines

Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!

Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!

Independent Reading Conferences {A Guide to Getting Started} - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

Independent Reading Conferences {A Guide to Getting Started

Bags at the dollar store for each student to store their independent reading books,  reading response notebooks, writer's notebooks, word work notebooks, post-it notes and a pencil.  I put a command hook on each desk for them to keep their bag.  It has been so much easier than finding a place to store bulky book boxes and the kids love to carry them around the classroom.

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Bags at the dollar store for each student to store their independent reading books, reading response notebooks, writer's notebooks, word work notebooks, post-it notes and a pencil. I put a command hook on each desk for them to keep their bag. It has been so much easier than finding a place to store bulky book boxes and the kids love to carry them around the classroom.

Independent Reading Conferences {A Guide to Getting Started} - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

Independent Reading Conferences {A Guide to Getting Started

Independent Reading Conferences {A Guide to Getting Started} - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

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