Saturday, December 8, 2012

S.T.A.R. Readers - Study Think Ask Respond

Are you looking to raise the rigor and increase the fun with your little readers? You might want to introduce them to the S.T.A.R. Readers...

Then, you can work with them to set goals while they Build the Habits of S.T.A.R. Readers.

This pack isn't really a can be the underlying foundation/overarching umbrella to your entire reading instruction. 

Maybe you're looking to mix things up at this time of the year?

I will happily give away a copy to two Rafflecopter winners. (Scroll down for the widget.)

Click here if you'd like to take a look...

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  1. We use the Reading Mastery Series. Would love to win this!

  2. We use RIgby Rocket as our reading program.

  3. We have Houghton Mifflin in the lower elementary; Storytown in the upper...yeah, that's what I am always wondering, too!

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

  4. We use Treasures at our school while also using the Four Blocks/ Building Blocks Framework!


  5. We use Scott Foresman reading series.

  6. Love this idea! We use a very old reading program and I am always looking for ways to encourage my STAR readers!

  7. What a cute idea!


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  9. This looks like a great packet! I have been looking for something else to add to our reading routine, and I think this might be just what I was looking for! We currently use the Treasures program and my class does Daily 5.
    Ms. Cranfill's Class

  10. Currently we are using Treasures though we will be getting a new program next year that will be aligned with CC.

    I blogged about your giveaway on my blog! Stop by and check it out!

    Christina :)
    Check out my blog!
    Apples, Books, and Crayons

  11. Lisa, I talked about your STAR unit and I included a link to TPT and your blog (from my blog). Good luck!!!

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  13. We use Houghton Mifflin, and I am quite disappointed in it. :( In my previous school, we used Scott Foresman Reading Street. I was even more disappointed in that. I would much prefer using real literature and teaching children how to READ rather than how to call words. :)

    Floating Through First Grade

  14. Thanks for visiting my blog. This looks like a great tool to use with my kids. We use Houghton Mifflin at our school. I am also now your newest follower. Think all night…..Teach all day

  15. This pack looks so cute!

    I am your newest follower. We use a reading workshop model with some Lucy Calkins and other influences incorporated.

    I am new to the blogging world and would love it if you would check out my page. Thanks!

  16. This looks amazing Lisa! I love it all! =)

    Heather's Heart

  17. We use Houghto Mifflin and I am not that impressed :(
    P.s. Loved your Emily stories :)

  18. We use the OLD 2001 ed. of Harcourt Collections.
    We desperately need an updated version.
    Our district adopted the Daily 5 and CAFE framework this year. That is what inspired me to build the CRITTER CAFE much like your STAR!
    Would LOVE to add your unit to my growing collection!
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

  19. We use Reading Street 2008 but are up for adoption this year. Not sure if we're going to go with something else or not.
    I would love to incorporate your STAR reading!
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Karen Rowland

  20. Hi Lisa!
    This is such a cute way to encourage reading!

    We write our own reading and writing maps at my school and most of us follow the workshop model when executing the lessons--this is lots and lots of work, especially when we need to find materials!

  21. THANK YOU for everything! Firsties appreciate YOU! We use CA Treasures...
    wendy 1stgradefireworks

  22. What a great giveaway! We use Guided Reading and Daily 5 along with Scott Foresman.

  23. We use Harcourt Storytown. Reading is up for adoption this year.

    The Resourceful Apple