Response To Tech Set

5/26/2013 / 7 comments
I always like to incorporate writing into our Intervention block whenever possible. My 3rd, 4th and 5th graders use Reading Plus for their Intervention program and my 1st graders use

Both of these programs are excellent and include a lot of reading and comprehension questions. All of my groups tend to finish their stories with 10 or 15 minutes to spare. I created these sheets for a post tech writing activity that is easy for me to assess everyday!
Each worksheet has two questions on it. I placed each question in its own box so it can be completed as a worksheet or cut into task cards. There are a total of 16 questions in this set.
I included gray scale versions of each sheet as well. I put these copies into our skill sheet pockets so whenever the kids are done with a Guided Reading they can grab a sheet to fill out.
This weekend I am going to print and laminate the colored task card versions so my students can use them at their tables. They love writing on these tables, but I have to make sure I have something educational they can work on, otherwise it can turn into a doodle fest!
This set is available in my TpT shop!

Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!!


  1. I LOVEEEE these! I would use them as task cards after a student has read on their own, at the listening center, or with another student.

    Fingers crossed :)

  2. Oooh - great idea! I think I'd use these as task cards since I hate photocopying and photocopying and photo.... Drives me nuts!
    - Amanda {}

  3. I would use them both ways! I could definitely see using them after a guided reading lesson together, or as a check-up for an independent reading during Daily 5. They look perfect!

    Everyone deServes to Learn

  4. I think I would use these as task cards for when my students are doing independent reading and while I'm pulling small groups!

    They look fabulous! Thanks for doing a giveaway!
    Collaboration Cuties

  5. I would definitely use these as task cards. This would be perfect during our Daily 5 rounds, epecially Read to Self and Listen to Reading. Thanks for sharing such great ideas!


  6. These are great. Most of my kids don't write yet thought. We LOVE your sentence starters and used them all the time. :)


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