Literature Circles are a fun and effective way to get kids excited about reading, and they are aligned with Common Core State Standards for Speaking and Listening. Browse this collection of printables to use with your Literature Circle activities. To learn how to use them, read the Literature Circle Models page.
Classroom Book Clubs are a fun form of Literature Circles that do not require roles. Visit the Classroom Book Clubs page for more information. You can also purchase the printables for this program from that page.
To find a collection of book recommendations for Literature Circles, visit the Favorite Resources for Literature Circles page on this website.
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| Discussion Connections (CCSS K-8)
Great preparation for Literature Circles!
Discussion Connections includes five lessons for teaching to students to have more effective text-based discussions by learning to link their ideas to others.
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|Classroom Book Clubs:
Literature Circles Made Easy
Classroom Book Clubs is an exciting program explained in narrated slidecast format. It's available on CD or as a digital download, and the program includes a set of printables to make it easy to implement in your classroom. Click here to learn more and watch a video introduction to the program.