Wednesday, August 01, 2012

guided reading notebook.

There are SO many Guided Reading notebooks out there but I can still never find one that I love!  Creating my own was a major thing on my summer to-do list.  Since I start back next week with a 4 day math training {blech} I figured I better go ahead and get it started while I still have a chance.
The first page is for Guided Reading notes.  I have to create a separate weekly plan so this is more for my own sake.  Book titles, skill sets, activities, etc all go in my lesson plan notebook...which I never even look at.  This will stay in a binder on my table so I can make notes as my kids read and use it to plan future lessons.  {anyone else with me on that?!}
Then there are skill mastery checklists for blends, digraphs & dipthongs, vowel patterns, word endings and beginning reading skills like tracking or being able to isolate just the beginning sound of a word.
What's missing?  What's confusing?  What else should I add?  This is a work in progress and will probably be updated as I move through the school year but at least it's a start!  :)  Hope it helps!

4 comments:

  1. Looks great, Kristin! I re-vamped my blog and was wondering if you could come and take a look. I just want to make sure the banner on the top is not too crowded, and I respect your sense of style. :)

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    http://teachingwithsight.blogspot.com

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  2. Looks great! You are one of the most organized and creative people I've ever met! Good luck at your new school. You are going to have so much fun! BTW- you inspired me to create a teaching blog. It's not as fancy as yours, but I'm hoping to build more followers and continuously improve it this school year. Thanks for the inspiration!

    ~Amanda @ elementaryteacherfiles.blogspot.com (aka Lindsay's friend :-))

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  3. I feel the same way! I am trying to do the same thing, but keep getting stumped!!! Can't wait to see what you come up with! If you have time stop by my blog and join my "Classroom Tours Linky Party"! I would love to see your room!!

    Brigid

    Brigid's Daily Lesson Log

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  4. Thanks so much for linking up! I am definitely going to start using these and see if they fit my style. I am so glad that you linked up.
    Beth
    Thinking of Teaching

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