- Tally List
- Reading List
- Books-to-read list
- Response entries
I really like this whisper. I am struggling a little with how I am going to make it applicable for my 2nd graders. I will have a binder for each student called their "Toolkit." There will be reading and math resources in it.Cover Page
I know I want my kids to do reader's response every day, but I am still thinking about how to do that. I have several pages to choose from and we will probably use them all at some point and time. I have shared some of these before, but I will share them again. =)
I didn't make these, but they are wonderful. I am very sorry that I can't tell you who made them. I think I found them on a teaching blog. If you know who made them please leave me a comment and I will give them credit here. All the pages say is "Created by Saoud." I really like these.
Reading Organizer Journal
I need to focus on more of the Bloom's higher order thinking questions this year, so I created these tictactoe boards.
These were inspired by Donalyn Miller's book.
My Reading List
I am also going to be copying the response sheets from the DRA2 book we received this year. By the end of the year, they will be responsible for filling it out on their own as a part of the assessment, so I want them to be familiar with the process before then.
I used this last year. It corresponds with the levels in my classroom library labels. We will have a color conference every six weeks or as needed. They are allowed to choose 5 books a week from the classroom library. My rule is that 3 have to be their color. The other 2 can be whatever they want. This helps me insure they are reading at the correct level.
Color Code Form
I am looking forward to linking up and seeing what others are going to be doing in their classrooms this year.
Jump over to Teaching Happily Ever After and Little Miss Kindergarten to see what other teachers have to say!