Sunday, August 28, 2011

Reading Response Log Questions


I am always looking for work to increase my students ability to think and reason. These are a little hard for my students to do in the beginning of the year but we do it anyway to get them thinking about their answers and teaching them how to go back to the text to support their reasons. By the end of the year, the children can begin to write their answers in a Reading Response Journal. When the students become familiar with the questions and are able to discuss them in detail using examples from the story, it helps prepare them for the future and also for state testing. The kids love them. There are 25 Reading Response Questions, 10 sheets the children can use for recording their answers (2 sets of 5 one with lines and one with dotted lines) and a set of gray line masters that you can send home with the parents to help them support what their children are doing in school. This is a must have for the school year. They are on sale now for $5.00! Don't miss out!

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6 comments:

Crayons and Curls said...

Hi Donna! This Summer I purchased your 1-10 and 11-20 number books. In a few weeks we will be doing the number 0. You wouldn't happen to have that one would you? Would love it if you did! We are doing 1 and 2 this week and my kids love your books! Thank you! :)
Cheryl
Crayons and Curls

Christie said...

Hi Donna! CUTE blog & I LOVE your adorable freebies! I just became a follower!!!
Christie
First Grade Fever

Karla said...

I love your blog! I am passing on the Versatile Blogger Award to you! Hop over and see for yourself!
LifeInSpecialEducation

Tammy said...

I just voted you as one of my Top 10 blogs! Thanks for being such an inspiration to new bloggers! You are appreciated by this Kinder teacher….FOR SURE!!
Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

Erin said...

You made my blogging Top 10 list!!! Check out the post here:

http://creatingandteaching.blogspot.com/2011/09/blogging-top-10.html

Kathy said...

I really love your ideas. My kinders come in at a much lower level. We are still working on walking in a straight line and hopefully getting at least the first letter written in their names. We also have 1/2 day sessions. So at times it is discouraging to see the advancement of other kinders in the blogging world. Again, love your style! Kathy