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Reading Interest Survey! Miller talks about the importance of tending to the wants and needs your students have in reading. This survey gives you an idea of what your students want to read. I would use this twice a year and see how their interests change.

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Ginger Snaps: Reading Interest Survey to use at the beginning of the year *Set this up in a Google Form to get a quick view of the class to compare.*

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Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books for your classroom library, helping you choose read alouds, and by giving you a place to start when building excitement around new titles, authors, series, and genres.

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Clutter-Free Classroom: Tips for Managing Book Buddies: Book Clubs and Reading Partnerships in the Classroom {printables, Literature Circles, Text-Based Discussion}Common Core Reading}

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