Saturday, May 12, 2012

Readers Response Prompts! On stickers!

 This year, I  had copies made of reading response journal prompts- my students cut and glued them into their notebooks... 

BUT I had a much better idea for next year: reading response mailing labels!! (I love any excuse to use labels...) I typed up three prompts per label so that my class can cut them into strips and then they can just peel and stick! Plus, I made a rubric for grading (only one row) that you can just stick into their notebooks! I'm pretty excited! The second page is a whole sheet of peel-and-stick rubrics to stick in their notebooks for grading! :)  Hopefully, the peel-and-stick rubrics will make grading easier next year.
 P.S. CUPS means capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. I think the acronym is from Step Up to Writing.


  1. Love your peel and stick rubrics! This is such a great and simple idea.

    I am your newest follower.

  2. Thank you! I know- it is so simple- I'm kicking myself for not coming up with it sooner! Thanks for following!

  3. Hello!
    Your blog is great! I will be teaching 4th grade again(after a year away in kindergarten). Your reading response mailing labels caught my eye. I couldn't find the link to purchase them. Are they included with another item? Please help. Thank you.


  4. Thanks, Danielle! I believe I have fixed the link in the post, but here it is just in case:

    I'm in the process of switching from TPT to Teachers' Notebook because I like it better- so some of my links may not be working. :-/ Thanks for letting me know!

  5. If some reader says his responds on sticker then it feels me so bad though. you will get to write about the personal statements for readmissions.

  6. This is the worst things I have get from a readers that responds with stickers.When you jump to this useful website you get application writings on the surgery side.

  7. I think reader should give their responds with their own words not such stickers. When you just hop into this site and click to investigate as why you do the MBA.