Reading Notebook Organization

I am really revamping my binders and trying to consolidate what I really use into a few spots. I tend to keep stuff all over! I recently purchased all the guided reading goodness from Lesson Plan SOS ladies and read Christina Bainbridge's post about how she has her binder organized. I teach by strategy (our district assigns a strategy to teach each month), so her setup works well for me! Long story short, here's a Comprehension Notebook cover to share! Enjoy!
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The plan:
*put a different strategy on divider tabs
*keep my booklists for each strategy and lessons in each section (right now I have them all lumped together in my lesson plan binder. I would love to hear how you organize your reading lessons!

9 comments:

  1. Rachel,
    I've been working on binders too!! Nothing like summertime to have a chance to really organize!
    Karen :o)
    Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

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  2. Great cover!! Now I don't have to make one :D

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  3. Thanks for posting. What font is that?

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  4. @Mrs. Shepherd-It's an alphabet from lettering delights. Called Giddy Gingerbread...I think!

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  5. Hey Mrs. Lamb, I saw on Donna Jump's blog comments that you were gonna work on 2nd grade Common Core standards like she did for Kindergarten. Wooooot! I just wanted to throw in my vote for you to do this. :) :) :)

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  6. Wendy, I've already gotten science and reading complete. Probably post on Wednesday!
    Rachel

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  7. I need to do this #summerproject
    Also, I just read your other post about Sweet Frog...it just hit the scene this time last year and I was OBSESSED...then winter came and I haven't been in a while. I do plan on going very soon! I even love their T-Shirts!

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