Just as comics encourage reluctant readers to read, online comic editors can encourage reluctant writers to write! Our #LearningToolkit blog shares resources. Click for more.

Creating Comics Online

Just as comics encourage reluctant readers to read, online comic editors can encourage reluctant writers to write!

Create comic books. Why? For reluctant readers, hesitant spellers, history timeline...& my kids think of many uses on their own! ~ Lori

Positive for hesitant readers, reluctant writers, creative spellers, budding artists. Foreign language options, too.

TLT: Teen Librarians Toolbox: 10 Tips for Parents (and librarians) Working with Reluctant Readers

TLT: Teen Librarians Toolbox: 10 Tips for Parents (and librarians) Working with Reluctant Readers -- Help Your Child Be a Better Reader

Informational Reading and Writing Unit: Grade 2...40 Lessons with CCSS!! Teach Common Core State Standards in informational nonfiction writing and reading with this month long unit of study. It includes 40 lessons all linked to CCSS, chart examples, and much more!

Informational Reading and Writing Unit: Grade 2...40 Lessons with CCSS

Informational Reading and Writing Unit: 40 Lessons with CCSS! Teach Common Core State Standards in informational nonfiction writing and reading with this month long unit of study. It includes 40 lessons all linked to CCSS, chart examples, and much more!

Encourage your child to get writing with this creative writing activity in which they make a comic from their own photos.

Encourage your child to get writing with this creative writing activity in which they make a comic from their own photos.

The BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK activity matches students with wrapped books that are tagged with hints to help readers select potential “dates.”  Readers take a book on a blind date by reading it for 30-40 minutes - just enough time to give it a chance to make an impression. Finally, students share how the blind date went. Was the book a keeper or a sleeper? We want to hear all about it! (priced item)

Blind Date with a Book

The BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK activity matches students with wrapped books that are tagged with hints to help readers select potential “dates.

This reading response activities resource will encourage your students to review and reflect on their reading material in imaginative and creative ways, and these work with any book!   They are self explanatory for students to complete meaning no preparation needed from you! Students could select their own tasks or they can be chosen for them as a class activity. These would also make great homework tasks too if you’re ever stuck for ideas!

Reading Response Activities For Any Book, Novel or Short Story

Differentiated Written Activities For Any Book, Novel or Short Story

April 12 is DEAR day.... would love some fun ideas to do with my kindg. class... especially to promote family reading .... and summer reading.

DEAR = Drop Everything And Read cute activities in honor of B Cleary's birthday 12 April!

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Sound Friends

The “bossy e” sure makes a lot of appearances in our spelling words! We talk about “him” often when long vowels are first introduced!

This is a set of 5 posters displaying writing rules for the beginner writer. It helps students remember to start sentences with capital letters, e...

This is a set of 5 posters displaying writing rules for the beginner writer. It helps students remember to start sentences with capital letters, end with a punctuation mark, spell sight words correctly, etc. With finger spaces.

Brief and Extended Reading Activities For Teens! Encourage your students to review and reflect on their reading material in imaginative and creative ways, and these work with any book!

Reading Response Activities For Any Book, Novel or Short Story

Brief and Extended Reading Activities For Teens!

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