Reading response kindergarten

Spark a love for reading in kindergarteners with engaging reading response activities. Discover creative ideas to get young learners excited about books and encourage their reading comprehension skills.
A Sunny Day in First Grade: Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature Pre K, Reading, 1st Grade Writing, First Grade Reading, 1st Grade Books, 2nd Grade Reading, Teaching Reading, 2nd Grade Worksheets, Literature Activities

I'm linking up with Jivey for this week's Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature! When I take reading groups, we spend a lot of time discussing the story (as much discussing a first grader can handle anyway!). I always remind them what good readers do and I model it for them. For example, I'll say a good reader thinks about what the author wanted us to learn by reading this story. Then I'll pick a story we've previously read and have say I think so and so wanted us to learn blah, blah…

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Karen Quick
As students progress in their reading, they go from learning how to read to reading to learn. One of the most common ways to determine if a student is comprehending what they are reading is to have them respond to their reading. Be sure to download your free resource today. Reading, Literacy, Reading Response, Literacy Centres, Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Kindergarten, Learning How To Read, Elementary Reading, Early Reading

As students progress in their reading, they go from learning how to read to reading to learn. One of the most common ways to determine if a student is comprehending what they are reading is to have them respond to their reading. Be sure to download your free resource today.

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Mrs. Jones Creation Station
I'm sharing tips to help build your students' reading comprehension and NO PREP, standards-based Reading Response Activities for Kindergarten, first and second grade students. These activities can be used as a no-prep literacy center, small group activity or whole class reading lesson. #respondingtoreading #readingcomprehension Reading Comprehension, English, Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Teaching Reading Comprehension, First Grade Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Centers, Reading Comprehension Lessons, Reading Response Activities

I'm sharing tips to help build your students' reading comprehension and NO PREP, standards-based Reading Response Activities for Kindergarten, first and second grade students. These activities can be used as a no-prep literacy center, small group activity or whole class reading lesson. #respondingtoreading #readingcomprehension

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Christina Winter - Mrs. Winter's Bliss
Classroom Freebies Too: I Can Listen to Stories Response Form Reading, Pre K, Reading Response, Literacy, Reading Writing, Reading Response Sheets, Reading Centers, To Read, Listen To Reading

Do your students use books on CD, audiobooks, or other listening devices in the classroom? If you incorporate audio stories in you classroom, this listening response sheet is a great way to keep your students on task and monitor comprehension. I designed the page to be super-simple and perfect for Kindergarten students (as well as first grade students that need some extra support!) Stop by Kinder-Craze and grab this great Freebie!

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Susan Speller
Action, English, Reading, Common Core Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Lessons, Reading Comprehension Activities, Reading Comprehension Strategies, First Grade Reading

We've gathered up all of the FREE reading comprehension response sheets we've created and put them HERE! They can be paired with any book and are useful all year long! Grab these sheets for your Kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade classroom today!

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Jaime Worm
Anchor Charts, Readers Notebook, Daily 5, Reading Response Journal Cover, Reading Response Journal Prompts, Reading Response Notebook, Reading Response Journals, Reading Help, Reading Centers

Okay teacher friend. It’s finally here. And I’m so excited! I’ve had this resource collecting dust on my computer for years now. I’ve been using this strategy in my classroom for the last few years, but haven’t had the energy or time (teacher life + mom life is exhausting, am I right?) to put it all together so that it’s ready to go for busy teachers like you! Well, it’s finally finished and I finally get to unveil it to you! Did you know I have a FREE downloadable reading response menu…

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Jasly Varughese