- “Lit Sparks” 65 question cards for responding to literature + Digital Options
- “Info Sparks” 47 question cards for responding to informational text (nonfiction) + Digital Options
- “Lit Bits” 45 activity cards for responding to literature in writing + Digital Options
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Here are some suggestions for using these cards:
- Use in conjunction with close reading.
- Use as writing prompts for reading journals.
- Require students to complete a certain number of cards each week for their independent reading.
- Use in guided reading groups and literature circles as discussion prompts.
- Use as prompts for partner discussions.
- Use in reading strategy and literacy centers.
- Choose one card to display on the document camera for the whole class to use as a writing prompt.
- Allow students to draw cards randomly as writing or discussion prompts (always very popular!)
- Use after silent reading or the weekend to discuss what students have been reading independently.
Purchasing this product grants permission for use by one teacher in his or her own classroom. If you intend to share with others, please purchase an additional license.
Rachel Lynette & Cassi Noack