Monday, July 11

reading comprehension spinner

Speaking of reading, I made this spinner as a quick fun way to check comprehension after reading. Instant mini lesson too. Click below to download.


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8 comments:

Jennifer Roan said...

Wow, this is so great! I will definitely use it in my classroom! :)

Busy Bees said...

Thanks for the spinner. I will put it to good use!!
BusyBees

Mrs. Egley said...

Thanks so much for the freebie. I do have a question that I was hoping you or anyone out there in blogger land can answer. How do you post an image and make it clickable (such as your spinner) so that others can grab it. I have a freebie that I want to put on my blog, but I don't know how.

Thanks,

Mrs. Egley

www.kindergartenafunplacetobe.blogspot.com

Louanne said...

Love this -so great! Thanks so much!

My Kindergarten Kids

Kindergarten Shining Stars said...

Thanks so much for sharing. This will be a great addition to Literature Circles! :)

Wendy McElhinny said...

Thank you so much for sharing this! I teach 3rd grade and plan to use it with my Guided Reading Groups. Check out my blog for some Literacy Center ideas you might like to use with your students:

http://mcelhinnyscenterstage.blogspot.com/

karen said...

Yay!!! Awesome!!

fsujeanniek said...

Do you have, or could you make, a non-fiction-based spinner for little guys too?

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