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Reading response questions for students

20 Reading Response Questions for Any Book

Ready-to-Go Reading Response Questions to Get Your Students Thinking Here are 20 “Lit Spark” Reading Response questions for your students.  They are perfect for literature circles, individual writing prompts, or even just class discussions. Here are some great ways to use literature response questions: Use alongside your close reading. Use as writing prompts for reading

Take your class outside to celebrate Earth Day with a nature scavenger hunt! This fun scavenger hunt will have them searching for items in nature, where they can explore and learn more about their environment.

Nature Scavenger Hunt for Earth Day

  Take your students on a nature walk! It’s a beautiful day for a walk! When it starts warming up, don’t you (and your students!) just want to stay outside just a little bit longer? Why not let your students take a nature walk?! You can download this free printable or digital scavenger hunt activity

Shiloh is a wonderful book for elementary teachers to introduce to their students. If you're unsure whether you should teach Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, then check out this blog post with eight reasons why you should!

Eight Reasons to Teach Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Looking for one more novel to read out loud or have your students read this year? Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor may be just what you are looking for. Here is why! NOTE: As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.   Point of View/Writing Style Shiloh is written in first person in the voice of

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