Reading Strategies Subway Art & Necklaces: New Unit

You know you're a teaching when you get excited about subway art and paper necklaces! ;) Seriously though, I am super excited about my newest little deal that I added to my TPT shop. During my guided reading groups, I love using my strategy sticks. This year, I wanted to update these sticks and add a little more "goodness" to help students learn to independently monitor their comprehension and build strong reading behaviors. 

If you are looking for a new way to engage readers, check it out below. 

Here is my newest pack: 

It includes eight reading strategy posters {in five different color schemes}. 

It also includes matching comprehension sticks...


The very BEST part...

I think that kiddos are going to love this new way to keep their strategies in mind. The tags are about 3 in. x 2 in. and include question starters on the back to help them think deeply about their text. 

This is now in my TPT shop, so click {HERE} to hop on over and check it out! 

And in case you haven't heard...

I love a good sale! How about you?!? 

Hope y'all have a fabulous weekend! 


  1. I think my kids will really like the necklaces! I would punch the holes on the bottom so that they can read them while they are wearing them.

  2. I love the idea of the necklaces. Nothing like their strategies right at their fingertips.


  3. Strategy posters, mm. That sounds like something I could try out with my class. I find using some fun to get the lesson across is much more effective for my class. So I use all sorts of games and fun activities to get the kids interested since I have noticed that kids aged under six kids get easily bored. I got this idea from a site that offers useful insights to teaching young ones to read. So I now go the fun way with them and the results are awesome.

    Daniele Wren