Professional Development

August 25, 2011

3 Ways to Read a Book

Well, the craziness has begun! I am 3 days into my first week of school. I have a BUSY group this year, but they are sweethearts. I am exhausted today. The last two days were great, but today was just much harder.
Anyway, on to something else! I just did the “3 Ways to Read a Book” lesson from the Daily 5. Of course we made our own anchor chart, but I just don’t have the wall space to put up ALL of my anchor charts. I decided to make this instead.

Get it HERE for your own classroom! 🙂

Happy Teaching,



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12 Responses

  1. I LOVE yor “3 Ways to Read a Book” chart!

    I am a teacher in Michigan and we just started using Daily 5 and Literacy CAFE. Do you have any other resources for this program? If so, please e-mail me at [email protected]

    Thank You!
    Erin Muransky

  2. This poster is so cute, but I’ll need to translate it and make my own because I teach in a Spanish bilingual classroom. Can you please share the name of your clip art and where you purchased it? Thank you so much!


    1. Arneia, I have lived in the world of blue and red when I taught two way dual language. The fonts are DJ Inkers, the clipart is ThistleGirl Designs. I don’t mind typing it for you and emailing it, though. Just tell me what you want it to say. 🙂

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