Here is a peek at what they look like. I use them to guide my Guided Reading lessons. I have about 11 years worth of handwritten cards that I need to convert over to my new template. That sounds like a fun project (not so!). The goal is to have a ring for each level. I go through so many books a year, there is no way I can remember every single book. This gives me a basic idea of what the book is about and how I want to lead the discussion. The real magic happens in those teachable moments that happen while reading.
If you have purchased this resource, please head back to re-download the updated file.
I also wanted to share my latest freebie. I plan on using activity in my Sight word station. I usually have my students quiz a buddy on their sight words. I will have them write down any words they missed on this template. They will keep this page, so they can continue to practice the words they missed at home. They can check them off as they master them. I will do a final little sight work check to ensure they are all mastered. If they master all of the words on a ring, then they are VICTORIOUS! They will get a punch on the sight word punch card.
In case you aren't familiar with my sight word rings, they look like this:
They are a freebie in my teacher store. The file says second grade, but they are not just for second grade. They are the First 300 Fry words. You can click here to download them at TPT.