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Reader's Notebook: Books I Plan to Read

By Beth Newingham on November 26, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

In the Goals and Progress section of each student's Reader's Notebook, we include this Books I Plan to Read document.

Since students may find books in the classroom library that they are interested in reading but are too challenging for them at a certain point in the year, they are encouraged to record those books on the "Books I Plan to Read" sheet so that they can remember to choose those books when they do feel more comfortable at the higher level. Students may even use this sheet to plan future reading of "just right" books by certain authors or books that are part of a favorite series.

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