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Reader's Notebook Storage

By Beth Newingham on December 6, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

I like to have my students' Reader's Notebooks kept with their book boxes in one place.

This way students need to make only one stop on their way to the reading carpet for the mini-lesson. Their notebooks are kept right next to their book boxes on special bookshelves in our classroom.

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That is what I did with my students this year. Problem is when they get knocked off shelf; I have them keep their folder and RBook in it as well.

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