Category: Reading

Reading Page Log

Students use this form to keep track of the books and pages read. There is space for 15 entries. One idea is to have students log the pages read at the end of every week. You may also like… Weekly...


Character Development Worksheet

As students read a story they look at how they learn about the characters. What clues are given that help them get to know the characters? This form helps students focus on and analyze the four ways in which an...


Interactive Bookmark for Critical Reading

Help students interact with their reading. These bookmarks ask essential questions, have literary terms to find, and have space to write words to look up later. You may also like… Critical Reading Questions SQ3R Reading Comprehension Form Reading Response Form...


Big Idea Story Organizer

Students focus on the main idea of the story with this graphic organizer. In the light bulb, predict what will happen in the story, then draw a picture of it in the box. You may also like… Map the Story...


Famous Books Anagrams

An anagram is a word or phrase made by rearranging the letters in another word or phrase. Unscramble the letters to form a word or phrase. THEME: Famous Books Try Trap Hero Dog Kick Ball Into Rim A Wittiest Fool...



Vocabulart Flashcards Lesson

VocabulART Directions Flashcards are to be done on 3×5 index cards. On one side of the card write the word and an illustration of the meaning. On the other side, write the definition. This involves creativity, but it is a...


Reference List of 28 Common Prefixes

A nice reference with the prefix, meaning and two examples. Prefix: bi Meaning: two Example: biped, biannual You may also like… Multiplication Table Reference Sheet Vocabulart Flashcards Lesson English Extra Credit Opportunities Literature Groups Presentation


4 Types of Sentences

There are four types of sentences. Declarative – makes a statement – Example: I like chocolate. Interrogative – asks a question – Example: Do you like chocolate? Imperative – gives a command – Example: Give me the chocolate. Exclamatory –...