Bags at the dollar store for each student to store their independent reading books, reading response notebooks, writer's notebooks, word work notebooks, post-it notes and a pencil. I put a command hook on each desk for them to keep their bag. It has been so much easier than finding a place to store bulky book boxes and the kids love to carry them around the classroom.
Interactive Reading Response Notebook: Getting Started and Beyond
I know your students will love their INTERACTIVE Reading Response Notebook! This 110 page resource reflects the common core standards and is divided into 4 sections. The sections include:1. Genre Study2. Comprehension Skills3. Comprehension Strategies4.
Reading Response Notebook ~ Writing Prompts ~ Fiction and Nonfiction Text
A great resource for students to use while writing about reading! Students are able to decide using the ring of cards which prompt they want to use. Sentence frames are also included to guide their writing or collaborative conversations around literature.