So we want to get our students thinking critically and intelligently.

Heck! We want them to think!

It would be amazing if after our insightful, in-depth, meticulously planned and executed, creatively fun and engaging lesson, students were chomping at the bit to learn more about or from our stimulating class lesson.


I know I’ve sat at the end of the day of a new lesson and wondered “What the heck happened?” “This played out so much better in my head.”

Yes, even the dreaded self-deprecating thought of “It must be me, not them” creeps in.

I’ve been there and never want to go back to beating up on myself while letting my students down.

It was during these reflective moments that I developed the coolest thing ever!

A product that allows students to be creative, think independently, relieve worn-out teachers, and all having fun at the same time.


This product is amazing! (*If I do say so myself)

I’m telling you it has 100 Text-Based questions that apply to every and any type of genre for students to read and comprehend independent of teacher. Talk about Independent study.

20 Plus Task Cards and worksheets for teacher to leave as SUB-PLANS or to spruce and spice up lessons. Take the mundane out of the typical “read passage and answer questions.” Students will love the choices that this product provides.

There are Teacher Notes and Suggested Uses for educators to make this product work for them. They can go back to this product month after month after month. There’s always a new way to engage your students using this same item. It’s great!

Can you imagine? To top it all off, there are 6 projects that teachers can assign.

As the year winds down, this is perfect to keep students engaged and happy! They’re out of your hair as they work on their projects, and you get to keep your hair as the year comes to a close. (*See what I did there?)

Readers are needed in our classrooms, and allowing choice of activity allows students to own and become the readers we want. These fun-filled, creative ways to incorporate reading analysis and critiquing will have you seeing your students focused and soaring in the classroom.

I’m excited to hear how you’ve used this classroom staple ALL-YEAR ROUND!


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