Spring Into... Reading Response Question Cards {with Stephany from Primary Possibilities}


I'm always trying to find ways to make reading time more meaningful.  Whole group, read a louds, silent reading...no matter what the form of reading, these reading response questions are a great way to get your students thinking about what they just read.  

You can simply print out the cards which include each question for that area of reading (author, illustrations, mood, etc.)



You can also print out each question individually and keep them in a bucket to pull from randomly.


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