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Reading Response Log from Lakeshore Learning: This fun exercise asks children to choose a reading strategy to respond to what they read!

Reading Response Log - For homework! LOVE THIS. Students must choose three different sentence starters throughout the week (which utilize Bloom's) and also record how many minutes they are reading every night & total for the week. Begins w a "weekend" slot, which I might make into Extra Credit. Designed to be due Fridays.

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Reading Logs {Monthly and Weekly Response Logs- 62 Page Bundle} | Reading Logs | Homework Logs | Reading Response Logs | No PREP | Print and Go In this Reading Log Bundle it includes ★4 Different Weekly Logs and 1 Monthly Reading Logs for Every Month of the YEAR★ These Reading Logs can be utilized for monthly homework or class reading logs! There are all differentiated targeting different Comprehension Skills: Main Idea, Inference, Visualization, Summary, Prediction, and more

Reading Logs for Accountable Reading

Reading Logs {Monthly and Weekly Response Logs- 62 Page Bundle} | Reading Logs | Homework Logs | Reading Response Logs | No PREP | Print and Go In this Reading Log Bundle it includes ★4 Different Weekly Logs and 1 Monthly Reading Logs for Every Month of the YEAR★ These Reading Logs can be utilized for monthly homework or class reading logs! There are all differentiated targeting different Comprehension Skills: Main Idea, Inference, Visualization, Summary, Prediction, and more

Reading response log using GATE icons of depth and complexity. For use when students are finished reading a chapter book. "May do" activity?

GATE nonfiction reading response log

This is a nonfiction reading response sheet that uses the GATE icons of depth and complexity. $1.50 TPT

Reading response log using GATE icons of depth and complexity. For use when students are finished reading a chapter book. Can be used with all students, not just GATE students. This response log makes responding to literature a more meaningful and challenging activity.

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Historical Fiction Reading Response Journal

Use this Reading Response log for students to record notes as they read a historical fiction book. This is appropriate for use with a class novel genre study or for independent reading and is open-ended enough to use with a variety of leveled books. Practice reading literature and recording textual evidence, as well as analyzing story elements, making inferences, and thinking critically. For grades 4 - 7 -- from Mixed-Up Files

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Awesome Reading Comprehension Questions based on Bloom's taxonomy - I teach teenagers but many of the ideas posted for younger children can be adapted for the age range I teach - particularly for 'starters'.....you have got to hand it to the kindergarten teachers in the US :)

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Daily Reading Response log for students to record their reading responses during any reading time. CCSS aligned response starter questions. Easily adaptable for grade 3 through high school. FREE!