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Guided Reading/ Big Story Cards

Discussion in 'Primary' started by welly72, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. At a meeting a few months ago, I was shown some large (A3ish) story cards. They were similar to big books but came as cards that you could use to present a story or use them in guided reading sessions by sequencing etc.
    I thought that they were by Read and Respond- Scholastic but can't find any anywhere. Has anyone bought any of these for school? Does anyone know where we can buy them from?
     
  2. At a meeting a few months ago, I was shown some large (A3ish) story cards. They were similar to big books but came as cards that you could use to present a story or use them in guided reading sessions by sequencing etc.
    I thought that they were by Read and Respond- Scholastic but can't find any anywhere. Has anyone bought any of these for school? Does anyone know where we can buy them from?
     
  3. marlin

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  4. Thank you, I've found them now- they are 'Rising Stars Story Cards'.
    Thanks again.
     
  5. marlin

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    I'm glad you found what you were looking for!
     

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