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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!

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Tic-Tac-Toe Reading Log

student choice in reading response - pick 5 in a row for homework throughout the week More

Reading Response

Reading Response: perfect for centers and reading logs!

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Totally want to start doing this for our reading log!

What did you read? Did you enjoy it? Teaching students to be metacognitive about their reading practices can help motivate them to read and comprehend more.

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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

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FREEBIE! These versatile reading responses can be used for any fiction story! Consider using these literature responses for reading workshop, basal stories, chapter books, read alouds, homework, and substitutes. Different reading response variations are included to meet your needs. Also included are 2 anchor charts for summaries and opinions.

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This is a weekly reading response log that students can use when writing about their independent reading log. I use this type of log with my students. There are five reading reflection prompts, and we do one each day. The students write their reflections in a composition book.

Building Better Reading Responses

LOVE these scaffolded reading response goals - my students' responses have grown so much from the beginning of the year.

Weekly Reading Response Log (for young students)

Weekly Reading Response Log