Great Freebie posters for select a book to read at the correct level.  recommended by Charlotte's Clips http://pinterest.com/kindkids/

Great Freebie posters for select a book to read at the correct level. recommended by Charlotte's Clips http://pinterest.com/kindkids/

Five Finger rule book mark. Make into a bulletin board! Google Image Result for http://pabook.libraries.psu.edu/familylit/LessonPlan/alligator/Five%2520Finger%2520Rule%2520Bookmark1.jpg

Five Finger rule book mark. Make into a bulletin board! Google Image Result for http://pabook.libraries.psu.edu/familylit/LessonPlan/alligator/Five%2520Finger%2520Rule%2520Bookmark1.jpg

The easiest way I know to see if a book is too hard for kids.  Works best with a 100 word passage.  You can teach children to do this themselves and monitor their reading.  Five Finger Rule Poster (Free printable)

The easiest way I know to see if a book is too hard for kids. Works best with a 100 word passage. You can teach children to do this themselves and monitor their reading. Five Finger Rule Poster (Free printable)

Easy way to help kids choose a book they can really read. The poster is FREE but it would be super easy to make your own.

Easy way to help kids choose a book they can really read. The poster is FREE but it would be super easy to make your own.

Classroom Library Idea....... 5 Finger Check for Just Right Books Poster- Black & Bright/ Learning in the LImelight

Classroom Library Idea....... 5 Finger Check for Just Right Books Poster- Black & Bright/ Learning in the LImelight

This FREE bookmark reminds the children how to choose a "just right" book using the 5 finger rule.

This FREE bookmark reminds the children how to choose a "just right" book using the 5 finger rule.

This year I decided to combine the retelling roller coaster with the 5 finger retelling rules, because they go hand in hand. Now the kiddos know to use their fingers and when they get to their ring finger they know to do the roller coaster and remember details from the beginning, middle and end of the story.

This year I decided to combine the retelling roller coaster with the 5 finger retelling rules, because they go hand in hand. Now the kiddos know to use their fingers and when they get to their ring finger they know to do the roller coaster and remember details from the beginning, middle and end of the story.

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