Literature Circles

All the resources you need for your literature circles! These resources are great for teachers. Use these resources for your reading/literature class.
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an interactive book club for children to learn how to use the digital and printable
How to Introduce Book Clubs
Literature Circles (We call them Book Clubs) are my favorite part of Reader's Workshop! Not only are these great enrichment idea to engage fast finishers, it's also awesome for promoting independence during guided reading! Perfect for first, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade classrooms. This blog post from Teaching With Jillian Starr shows step-by-step how to explicitly introduce literature circles into your book groups!
The BEST Visuals for Literacy Centers in the Classroom Literacy, Literacy Centres, Word Work, Phonics Instruction, Phonics Words, Word Recognition, Word Study, Teaching Activities, Literacy Centers
The BEST Visuals for Literacy Centers in the Classroom
Struggling with classroom management during your reading block? Hoping to create inclusive literacy centers in your elementary classroom? Check out this post from Teaching with Jillian Starr to see how these 3 most-have visuals will increase student engagement during center/station time and build student independence during literacy activities! 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade teachers will love these literacy center ideas!
Literature Circles for Grades 1-3 Writing Prompts
How to Get Your Students Excited About Reading New Books Reading Teacher Classroom, Reading Recommendations, Reading Classroom
How to Get Your Students Excited About Reading New Books
Want a fun and FREE way to get your students excited to read? This low-prep activity from Teaching With Jillian Starr is a great way to engage kids in reading. By encouraging your students to recommend books to one another, you're creating a community of readers. These free, printable bookmark templates also embed comprehension strategies like summarizing, and are a great intro into persuasive writing!