Episode: How to Use a Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook in the Upper Elementary Classroom


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How to Use a Reader’s and Writer’s Notebook in the Upper Elementary Classroom

If you’ve ever needed a simple, yet effective way to organize your students' reading & writing materials - then, it’s time to start using a reader’s & writer’s notebook!

Ever feel overwhelmed by papers on your desk? Have you looked inside your students' desks only to see papers shoved here and there? Me too and I’m here to help. 

This episode gives you practical tips on how to organize your reading and writing resources so that you and your students will have everything you need in one easy-to-access location. 

Not only will using a reader’s and writer’s notebook help save your sanity when it comes to classroom organization, but it will help teach your students how to be organized and responsible - a great skill for the classroom AND life.

See FULL show notes at classroomnook.com/podcast/31



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