10 Pin Linky (Ideas from Pinterest for Reading)

What was life like before Pinterest? How did we live without all of these fantastic ideas all nicely organized in one place??
To think I rejected it for so long!  When I did finally come around my life changed (a little dramatic there).  Just when you think you've seen it all, you can find something new on Pinterest!

Today I'm linking up with Ashley over at Just Reed for this fun 10 Pin Linky. Love this idea of sharing top 10s from Pinterest.

I've included the original source if I had one. My pet peeve is when I find a great idea and it's not linked to the original source. I always check where the pin links back to. Do you??

Here are my top 10 Reader's Workshop Pins.

1. The Thought Bubble from A Teacher's Treasure. I know my kids would love using this during class discussion or partner work.
2. I ❤❤❤ sticky notes. My kids use them during reading time everyday, so this idea caught my eye. Mrs. Prince & Co. created these great activities to accompany sticky notes. 
3. This Pin comes via Instagram. The students find crazy, fun facts while reading informational text. They can post their fact if they can show the teacher the text it came from. I can see myself creating a book basket of Fun Fact Books! Love it!

4. Sorry I couldn't get a full screen shot of this next Pin, but you can get the idea. I'm eating up as much info as I can on close reading.

5. From Cafe 1123, is this strategy for starting a reader's notebook.

6. Great alternative to traditional biography book reports. Love this wax museum idea from Cottage on Blackbird Lane.

7. Simple graphic for identifying main idea from First Grade Wow. Notice the use of sticky notes!

 8. More sticky notes! Here is a great bulletin board idea where student can recommend books to their classmates.

 9. If I can learn about new books to share with my students, it is a must Pin!

10. My bloggy buddy Jessica at Ideas by Jivey shared this anchor chart from Pinterest. It helps students see the various levels of thinking as they read. It guides them in writing better sticky notes.

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7 comments

  1. I liked that Close Reading Pin. I had not seen it before. Good information. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Brandee
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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  2. Reader's notebooks are something I really want to improve on next year. Can't wait to go through and read more from the pin you posted. Thanks!

    Amanda
    Reaching for the TOP!

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  3. Lots of great ideas! I just pinned a bunch on my boards. I'm excited to check out the sticky note pin...I love using sticky notes :)
    Bethany
    FabandFunin4th!

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  4. I'm loving the thought bubble & the Did you Know? pins. I've already re-pinned both, what fantastic ideas, thank you so much for sharing those. See this is why I love Pinterest & blogland.

    Stephanie
    PolkaDotPalace

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  5. Great ideas! Sticky notes are the best! I am going to be reading that close reading information too. Also love that awesome anchor chart...so smart!
    Deirdre
    A Burst of First

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  6. Many great pins here. I could spend all day looking at reading ideas!

    Jamie
    Sixth Grade Tales

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  7. I love the close reading pin. I too am trying to read up all that I can before school starts!

    I am a new follower...I can't wait to read more!

    Bobbi
    Bitty Bilinguals

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