These anchor explain the different reasons Authors write. Would be great for reading comprehension or a writing lesson. Features:- P. Persuade- I. Inform- E. EntertainLook for a complete series of Reading Strategies/Comprehension posters at my TPT store.
This product is designed to accompany any National Geographic Kids Magazine. There are a variety of pages within this packet. Included in this product are:Guinness World Record Response pageBet You Didnt Know Response pageWeird But True Response pageMy Shot Writing pageWhat In The World Recording pageFavorite Section Response pageAny Article Recording page
Teaching Children to Visualize to Build Comprehension
Are you classroom teacher looking for engaging ways to teach your students to comprehend stories? Read this post for primary ideas on how to get children to learn to visualize and build reading comprehension.
This poster has a Curious George Theme.Print, Hole Punch, and Link together with small Paper Clips. This poster is great to help teach and reinforce the concept of Sequence of Events in young readers. Theme was designed to go with Unit 1, Week 3 of Journey's reading Series.
This is a hanging poster to go over the story elements of Fables.Also included is an anchor chart that could be displayed or copied for a small group. See my store for Reading Response pages that can go along with any Fable story. *designed to accompany Journey's Unit 2.1; Jack and The Wolf*
This unit was designed for an Accelerated Curriculum 1st grade class. Could easily be adapted to work within any classroom. Incluesd:-B&W Anchor Chart-Color Anchor Chart- 4 Page hanging poster- Vocabulary Word Cards- Mini-Book - Tall Tale Legends Worksheet-Johnny Appleseed Research project- Me as a Tall Tale Writing Project Use with with My September At Home Project to allow students to dig deeper.