Guided reading task cards

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A set of tasks for non-fiction and fiction texts that can be used to follow up on a guided reading session or help prepare for the next one. I have these laminated in sets in my folders so I can easily set my groups doing different tasks. Topics also included; non-fiction.

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October 2016
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July 2016
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August 2016
Great resource for reviewing a story and getting individual input from each student.
June 2016
These reading tasks will help students understand what they are reading. I will be sharing them with my colleagues. Thanks.
June 2016
I'm looking forward to trying these out! Thank you!
January 2016
This is going in my new teacher tool box. Thank you!
November 2015
Great ideas in here - thanks!
November 2015
Thank you for this resource. Can't wait to use it as a center for my struggling readers.
October 2015
Very useful resource...thanks for sharing
September 2015
This was very useful in my research.
January 2015
I really like the looks of this and hope to use it with my fifth graders to give them a choice to TRC question stems once a week or as we finish a book.
October 2014
Great resource... many thanks
March 2014
This resource has been recommended for teachers by the SML Team.
January 2014
Thanks for sharing. This helps in differentiating since I have a very diverse group.
January 2014
Thank you...these task cards definitely provide room for differentiation. I will be using them in my class; I have a variety of low and high readers that will benefit from using these task cards.
December 2013
Thanks for sharing...these task cards will help students comprehend as well as focus on vocabulary.
November 2013
Thanks for sharing!!!!!! I teach 5th grade and I have low level writing students. I think these prompts are great!!!! The students are very bored with book logs, so these might get them interested in writing responses again. Brilliant!!
October 2013
Thanks for sharing: a Very useful resource! from mariafelicia
July 2013
This is a great resource to help students respond to their books with more focus and if necessary reread to better comprehend text before completing task.
July 2013
A great set of options.I will use them this fall. Thank you
May 2013
This has some really great activities to get children thinking deeper about the text that they read
January 2013
Fantastic! This resource helps me to be a much more organized teacher!
October 2012
Great resource! Like how it is structured as a bookmark from A to Z.
September 2012
These are perfect! I have put each on a card stock strip and have placed those on a ring for easy access.
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June 2012
What a great selection of tasks to choose from. I have picked a few of my favorites for my class. Thank you!
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May 2012
lovely resource
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April 2012
Great ideas!
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April 2012
Great resource
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March 2012
Great ideas, thank you for your valuable contribution! Selegna
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March 2012
Another great resource from you, thanks again!
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March 2012
Brilliant! Thank you! :0)
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March 2012
Fab ideas, saved me loads of time!! Thanks so much!!
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February 2012
Really useful. Children like the tasks. Thanks