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Using this Finding Feelings Worksheet, students read a story to finding examples of feelings characters have in different situations.
Using Elements of Poetry Worksheet, students take notes as they uncover poetry elements after reading any poem of their choosing.
Using this Fables The Crow and The Pitcher Worksheet, students read The Crow and The Pitcher and write response based on what they read.
Using Writing Graphic Organizer Worksheet, students choose a topic to write about and use this form to provide facts about your topic.
Using this Beginning, Middle, End Reading Response Journal, students rate their book and tell what happened at the beginning, in the middle, and at the end of the story.
While using this Making Connections with the Text Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will select a text to read. They will then find three
Using the Asking Questions About Pictures Worksheet, students use the words who, what, where, when, why, and how to ask oral questions about the pictures.
Using this Fables The Lion and The Mouse Worksheet, students read The Lion and The Mouse and write response based on what they read.
Using this Reading Response Journal, students fill out the form and answer the reading response questions and also draw a picture of their favorite part of the story.
Using this Feelings Worksheet, students read a story to learn more about feelings you might have in different situations.
Using the After Reading Discussion Cards, students actively engage in group reading activities to discuss purpose and understanding after shared reading.
Using RI.4.5 Fourth Grade Common Core Lesson, students describe the overall structure of events, ideas, concepts, or information in a text or part of a text.
Using this Fables The Fox and The Grapes Worksheet, students read The Fox and The Grapes and write response based on what they read.
Using Writing about a Character Worksheet, students draw, write, or tell about a favorite character from a book you like.
Using this Responding to Reading Worksheet, students read a story and then respond to what they have read to build their understanding of the text.
Using In My Own Words Worksheet, students read quotes from familiar books and write, in your own words, what you think the words mean.
Using the Small Group Discussions Checklist Worksheet, students participate in a group discussion using these small group discussion rules.
Using the Small Group Discussions Worksheet, students participate in a group discussion using these small group discussion rules.