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How to start and run elementary school book clubs

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Looking for book club questions you can use with any book? Just print these question strips on card stock, and choose from these for any chapter book you read with your students! You'll spark great discussions with your kids and train them to think deeply Library Lessons, Library Books, Library Ideas, Elementary School Library, Elementary Teacher, Book Club Questions, Book Club Books, Book Clubs, Teacher Librarian

Book Club Discussion

Looking for book club questions you can use with any book? Just print these question strips on card stock, and choose from these for any chapter book you read with your students! You'll spark great discussions with your kids and train them to think deeply about the books they read together. #LibraryLearners

Book clubs in first grade? It may seem like a stretch, but the Spring is such a great time to get your students ready and used to reading, thinking about, and discussing books with their peers inste Reading Club, Reading Centers, Reading Groups, Reading Workshop, Literacy Centers, Reading Buddies, Reading Logs, Kids Book Club, Book Club Books

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Have your young students keep book club binders to track their learning in their small groups!

A paperless, digital response to reading resource that can be used over and over again? A reader's notebook that can be used with ANY novel? Reading Resources, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Jobs, Google Classroom, Book Club Books, The Book, Book Clubs, Readers Notebook

Digital Reader's Notebook for Any Novel GOOGLE EDITION | Distance Learning

A paperless, digital response to reading resource that can be used over and over again? A reader's notebook that can be used with ANY novel? A way to use Google Classroom to help manage students' responses to reading. Yes, please!My guess is that if you are previewing this product, you have an in...

Literature Circles: Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence starters--and all my students loved it on Day It helps them so much with the "complete sentence" mantra we have been pushing them towards. Readers Workshop, Writing Workshop, Readers Notebook, Essay Writing, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Guided Reading, Partner Reading, Teaching Literature

We're Baaaack!

Ok, just because I've been gone from 'blogging land' doesn't mean we haven't been working hard in 4B. I've definitely been documenting a lot of what we've been doing! To start, it was clear to me that our old way of peer conferencing just wasn't working. Kids seemed to be goofing around, not really helping each other, and it was a waste of everyone's time. It frustrated me when most of my one-on-one conference time was spent managing unruly PEER conferences. I knew something had to change. I…

ready for book clubs. - The Teacher Studio Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Getting ready for book clubs.Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Getting ready for book clubs. 4th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Classroom, 4th Grade Reading, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Third Grade, Classroom Rules, Google Classroom, Future Classroom

Getting ready for book clubs... - The Teacher Studio

Hello everyone! We were back at school today after yet another day off for rotten weather. It sure is hard to have any continuity when we are gone a day or more out of every week! Our next big unit in reading involves historical fiction book clubs. Getting fourth graders to have meaningful book discussions […]

How I have book clubs as the librarian at my elementary school. Includes list of books she's done with grade. Library Plan, Library Lesson Plans, Library Center, Library Skills, Library Lessons, Library Books, Library Ideas, Library Events, Future Library

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How I have book clubs as the librarian at my K-6 elementary school.

Author Jen Malone writes middle grade and young adult children's books. Her site includes information on school visits, bio, book ordering links and interviews Book Club Books, Book Lists, Books To Read, Book Clubs, Story Time, First Names, Elementary Schools, Childrens Books, Free Printables

Author Jen Malone Site

Author Jen Malone writes middle grade and young adult children's books. Her site includes information on school visits, bio, book ordering links and interviews

Be a "four star participant" - excellent tool to use during small group instruction! Freebies and ideas on setting up close reading in your classroom too! would work for your rubric system! Teaching Strategies, Teaching Reading, Teaching Resources, Partner Reading, Learning Skills, Instructional Strategies, Guided Reading, Human Resources, Motor Skills

Lyndsey Kuster — Recharge & Reignite Your Passion For Teaching

If you’ve ever had (or possibly you currently do have) a student who struggled with phonics even after receiving daily, systematic instruction, it’s most likely because they have not yet developed their phonemic awareness abilities. Read more

Literary Lunch Bunches are fun, informal Literature Circles or Classroom Book Clubs that kids attend on a voluntary basis. The program is called Li. Library Lessons, Library Ideas, Book Clubs, Book Club Books, Weathering And Erosion, Teacher Websites, Literature Circles, Cooperative Learning, Teacher Favorite Things

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ACCOUNTABLE TALK POSTERS - TeachersPayTeachers.com free printables; useful for book club discussions Classroom Posters, Science Classroom, Classroom Ideas, 6th Grade Reading, 2nd Grade Math, Math Workshop, Reading Workshop, Math Talk Moves, Accountable Talk Posters

Accountable Talk Posters

These posters are useful to remind your students about accountable talk moves! Encourage your students to use their 'talk time' effectively with these prompts that will add a splash of colour to your room! I cut out the circles and posted them on a ribbon banner. I also use the call back "con...

How to Start a Book Club for Elementary or Grade School Children - This description refers to an after-school book club organized by parents. Good information for working with local schools or parent groups interested in starting book clubs. Library Lesson Plans, Library Lessons, Library Books, Library Ideas, Free Library, Kids Book Club, Book Club Books, Book Clubs, Library Activities

How to Start a Book Club for Elementary Students

Book ideas, sample questions, and a step-by-step guide on how to start a book club for your child.

Reading Comprehension Activity : Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills by An Apple For The Teacher Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Teaching Reading, Partner Reading, Reading Level Chart, Small Group Reading, Reading Projects, Reading Club

roll and retell.pdf

roll and retell.pdf - Google Drive. We could roll the dice for book club discussions!

 How to run book clubs or literature circles in the classroom.I think I could actually handle this :) Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Groups, Teaching Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Library Skills

Book Clubs Have Begun :)

Do you use literature circles? I have utilized literature circles for years. Usually, I have started them in the spring once I'm finished with the basal. This year, however, I've been teaching differently. I haven't been using the basal as much and have been teaching using different methods. I use a little bit of Daily 5 mixed with a little bit of Reading Workshop. This year, I feel as if I have been "finding my way" again after so many years of traditional teaching using the basal. It's…

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading…for those high readers! Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading…for those high readers! Guided Reading Groups, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Literature, Guided Reading Questions, Guided Reading Activities

Guided Reading...for those high readers!

I really love to teach guided reading groups. It is always interesting and you really get to see how every student is unique in how they learn and process all the information. I like to see them make progress and move up reading levels and also REALLY comprehend what they are reading on another level. Amazing. I know many teachers may have struggled with this question before like I have...What do I do with those high readers? In second grade they are just not quite ready to start literature…