Reading Interest Survey - find out what they like to read!

Reading Interest Survey- Good way for teachers to assist students in choosing appropriate books during independent reading time.

Literary Hoots Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader

Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader

Teach Your Child to Read - Literary Hoots Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Reading Workshop: 5-10 minute individual reading conference-learn so much about your students as readers!

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Workshop Wednesday: Reading Workshop-Reading Interest Inventory-learn so much about your students in minutes!

Engaging Reading Interest Survey Activity {Free}

Engaging Reading Interest Survey Activity {Free}

These reading interest survey task card freebies are a great way to get to you know your students as readers. Play SCOOT with these cards or do a gallery walk. Read more and grab the cards on this post.

Use this Interest Inventory at the beginning of the year to start getting an idea about how your students feel about reading and what they enjoy reading. Enjoy!

Use this Interest Inventory at the beginning of the year to start getting an idea about how your students feel about reading and what they enjoy reading.

Sweet Rhyme - Pure Reason: Read Beads, Brag Tags, and Giveaways, oh my!

Time to link up with the wonderful Joanne from Head Over Heels for Teaching for Spark Student Motivation Saturday! After reading "The Boo.

FREE Reading Interest Survey

This grade guided reading unit has been a long time coming, because it's taken my years to decide how I wanted to transform my reading instruction.

First Day of School: Ideas and Lessons to Get You Started

First Day of School: Ideas and Lessons to Get You Started (Ashleigh's Education Journey)

Whether you are a new or veteran teacher, planning for the first day of school can be a bit overwhelming. Planning is much easier when you’ve developed your routines, procedures, and you know what to expect from your students.

I like the idea of using a beach ball to ask and answer questions to get to know my students.

Using an activity like this could be beneficial at the beginning and end of the year. Just as Sibberson states, it is important to track students book tastes as the year progresses to see how their tastes mature as well as their reading skills.

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