Tuesday, May 10, 2016

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Individual Genre Reference Page”

by Hilary Lewis-Rockin' Teacher Materials
1st - 3rd Grade

This page is great to help young children learn to choose a variety of books and it is simple and easy for them to use. I print enough copies for the entire class in color. I then put the reference page into a sheet protector that goes into a durable, plastic folder for each child. (I keep the folders with the reference pages for next year's class so I don't have to copy from year to year)... 

You could also cut them apart and put them on book bins to help you organize your books by genre.

I also have large posters that go along with this sheet. You can post them in your classroom library to help organize your books.

The students refer to this page when they write down the names of books that they have read. They also graph their reading so they can see if they tend to read from the same genre too much or if they do a good job of reading a variety of materials. It is also a good way for me to monitor their reading and allows me to make suggestions based on what they have read. 

Check out my blog for ideas of how I use my items in my classroom! 

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