Raquel Sterczek (First Grade)
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Making Inferences Activities: Reading Comprehension Crafts for Reading Response
These reading crafts make teaching students to make inferences while reading so fun! 3 making inferences activities are included. The crafts show your hands on learners how inferences are made from text evidence and background knowledge. They are great for teaching reading comprehension strategies and skills in guided reading or an independent reading activity. Makes a great bulletin board display on classroom walls, reading nook, or classroom library | No prep printable crafts | Reading Crafts
Reading Strategies Bookmarks for Reading Response, Comprehension Activities
These double sided reading bookmarks are so helpful for teaching students to use reading comprehension strategies for independent reading. One side describes the reading strategy or reading skill and the other side has space for students to write or use sticky notes while reading. Includes asking questions, visualizing, making predictions, making inferences, close reading, vocabulary strategies, etc! reading strategies posters, reading strategies anchor chart, reading strategy activities ideas
Non-Fiction Text Response Graphic Organizer. 5-3-1. Can be used with any informational text and hits second grade common core reading standard RI.2.1.
Non-Fiction Text Response Graphic Organizer. 5-3-1. Can be used with any informational text and hits second grade common core reading standard RI.2.1. by gayle
Main Idea Worksheets Introduction Lesson
This is the perfect FREE introductory lesson for teaching main idea skills. It can be used as a review or when teaching this skill for the first time to students. Requires one copy of "The Important Book" by Margaret Wise Brown for students to complete these activities.