FreeRewards4Students This page has FREE and inexpensive rewards that students enjoy. I used this site to come up with rewards for the Homeworkopoly game.
I do not teach Reading this year since 4th grade is departmentalized, but these are a few resources that I have created to help with Reader’s Workshop:
reading strategies This is an anchor chart that you can print out and put up in your classroom as a reminder of different reading strategies! It’s ready to go, just download and push print.
Foldables – Sequencing I like to use the book, “Tops and Bottoms” with this activity because it has 4 main parts that can be written and illustrated easily with this foldable.
Thinking Stems These can be used for student responses during or after their reading. I staple them in the front of their Reader’s Response spirals and have them use these sentence starters for their reading homework.
Questions about my reading These question stems were formulated to address the vocabulary that students see on their STAAR test.
Book Report Rubric Looking for a simple book report rubric? This one was given to students as a quick response to reading over the holidays.
Story Response Starters More ideas for student responses during or after reading.