I am happy to announce that the winner of my pencil sharpener giveaway was Kathy W. Congrats! I have contacted Classroom Friendly Supplies and your pencil sharpener should be on its way. Enjoy!
I had so much fun looking at all of the math pins last week on this linky so I decided I had to join up again. This week’s focus is on Reading ideas.
Here are 10 of my favorite reading pins (in no particular order, of course). I have tried to give credit to the original source, but two of the pins led straight to images, not to a website. If it’s yours, please let me know so I can give you credit.
Using fun duct tape to bind Reading A-Z books:
Source: Wicked Fun in First Grade
One genre of reading I want to do a better job of teaching is biographies. I have been scouring the internet (and TpT) for some fabulous resources. I came across this pin. These are file folders that have been turned into a biography book report, of sorts:
Source: Third Grade Al Dente
A different spin on a visualizing anchor chart:
Source: The Teaching Reef
Source: The Teacher Wife
Some great ideas for teaching fairy tales:
Source: Mrs. Terhune’s First Grade Site
Teaching author’s purpose:
Source: unknown 🙁
CAFE strategies at your fingertips:
Source: unknown 🙁
Source: A Teacher’s Treasure
Source: Teaching and Tapas
I have seen this idea around the blogosphere a lot and I really like the idea of using clues to infer what object may be hiding inside of the bag.
Source: The Amazing Classroom
If you’re looking for new reading ideas, head on over to Just Reed and see what everyone else has pinned for ideas!
I love the 100 book challenge pin. Any ideas how you might hold them accountable for writing a book on a chain… or would you? Super neat idea for next year if I could figure it out! 🙂
Reaching for the TOP!
Kelly Almon says
I love the cafe at your finger tips! Do you have pictures of each of those sheets? Thanks!
Yes I love it too! Please let us know :)!
Storie Belden says
I wish I did have the source, but I was never able to track it down. Sorry!
As mentioned in the post, I was unable to find the original source of this pin. If I do find it, I'll be sure to post an update.