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I am so excited to share with you one of my favorite books to teach Asking & Answering Questions with 3rd-5th graders. I love using all Chris Van Allsburg books in my classroom. They spark interest, intrigue and most of all, cultivate rich, deep discussion and questions. With that being said, pretty much any one of his books would be great for teaching students to talk back…
Sarah Ann.plummer saved to Third grade
4LevelsQuestionsIllustrated via @Michelle Flynn Baldwin http://avenue4learning.com/2014/01/29/attribution/
Maryrose Fisher Daunhauer saved to 2nd grade
When you want students to understand what reading looks like.
Laurean Leigh saved to 5th grade class
Gone are the days when I would fill/decorate the walls of my classroom with pre-made posters found in various stores, catalogs, etc… Now, students and parents come in to a room in August that has nothing but empty bulletin boards. Breathe. There is always colorful paper, and cute border, and sometimes even headers, however, they ... Read more
Beth Cornell saved to second grade a new adventure
Cute !! Love this angle on the belly opposed to straight on. And how you can asee the gentleman and each of their arms/hands forming the heart
michelle lucas saved to Maternity Photos
Questions good readers ask..before, during, and after a book. Great reading strategy for students during readers workshop or guided reading.
Tiffany Reinhardt Shem saved to Teacher Stuff
My class is becoming covered in first grade anchor charts. A couple weeks ago, I shared this picture on my FB page: This is only about 1/4th of the anchor charts in my room. I have used anchor charts in previous years, but only about 1 per subject and I would switch them out each […]
Zunara Asad saved to zanu
Questioning Anchor Chart - Thinking Stems - Think Aloud Lesson - 2nd Grade - Owl Moon by Jane Yolen - Credit to @Kristen Rexroad Seth
Good readers ask and answer questions anchor chart (RL1)
Abby Sandlin saved to Classroom Ideas