Reader’s Response with Sticky Notes

  1. apples4c says:

    I love your sticky note response ideas and would be very interested to read the response questions you make. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Amanda K. says:

    Kristen, I am pretty much obsessed with this!!!! Thanks sooo much for sharing!I will definetly be doing this next year!!!

    Amanda
    Third Grade Experience

  3. What a GRAND idea! I love post-its and my kiddos do too! I can't wait to try this out. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. S. Parker says:

    You are a genius! PostIt would love to see their products in action.
    Now, all I have to do is think how I can use them with early emergent readers and writers. I'm thinking sight words!

  5. Lisa says:

    I am interested in any response questions you make. Also thank you for the template, that way I can mess around with different ideas.

  6. Love, love, love it!!! When I downloaded the reader's response template, the template made the columns long and narrow- don't think this would print correctly. Maybe it's the font- what font did you use? I may be able to download it, if you remember where you got it.
    Thanks again for sharing such a fabulous idea. Love the photo samples as well. You are wonderful!!!!!

  7. Natalie Kay says:

    My team was SOOOO excited when I told them you could print on sticky notes! Thanks so much for all you do and all you teach me. You are fabulous!!

  8. This is such a great new way to use post its! I think this will work great for me in Kindergarten on many things too!
    Jenea
    http://www.seedsofnoledge.blogspot.com

  9. Miss J says:

    What a great idea!! Thanks for sharing!!

  10. Ashleigh says:

    Oh no, I think I've found my summer obsession! I didn't know I could print on sticky notes. Do they have to be a special kind?

  11. Love the idea of printing on post its! On a different note, could you give me any advice with Google Docs? I followed one of your awesome tutorials, and usually they post ok, but then disappear the next day :/ Thanks!

  12. Shannon says:

    I think that would be a GREAT idea for you to let us in on your reader response questions! :)I can't wait until summer so I can read EVERY POST ON YOUR BLOG!!!!!

  13. Miss Ryan says:

    This idea is absolutely GENIUS!!! Does the printer ever get jammed? I'm so excited to try this 🙂

    -Brittany

    Frenzy in First

  14. Lydia says:

    I LOVE this idea! I started printing editor's checklists on sticky notes this year and my kiddos loved it. It really did save a lot of paper, which is in scant numbers at my school! Thank you for sharing!

  15. glassy24 says:

    I LOVE your blog. I just happened to find it today. And of course I am trying to catch up on all that I have missed. I was wondering if you could tell me how you made the template for the reader's response. I tried to figure it out just using your template but it might work better if I could see the steps, you know. I want to try a WHOLE bunch of things since I now know how to print on post-its… I learn something new everyday. Thank you, thank you:)

  16. Anonymous says:

    Can you point me in the direction of the font I can use to match your file?

  17. Kristen says:

    Sure, it's Pea Heather Michelle from Kevin and Amanda fonts.

  18. I love this idea. Since we homeschool, I'm not sure I'll print them, but I may use the printing post-its for another activity. Thanks so much for the great idea.

  19. Lisa says:

    Wow!! What a great idea. I teach Title I reading to 3rd and 5th grade, many who are ESL learners and this will be great to help differentiate. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Abby Batlle says:

    this is amazing. your whole blog is! your blog and ideas have made me "ok" with summer coming to an end 🙂 thank you for this blog!

  21. Jonelle Bell says:

    I just made some post-its using your video and templates:) Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I love that I can make them say what I want them to say!! You are incredible!!
    Jonelle

    A Place Called Kindergarten

  22. Sooooo confused sorry … How are you guys printing on post its? You sticking them onto a page of computer paper?

  23. Ms. Morgart says:

    These are so wonderful! Have you added anymore questions? I can't wait to use these with my students!!
    Curls and a Smile

  24. lowens says:

    Hello ~ I just discovered your blog and love you sticky note through the printer idea. Do you have premade sticky notes, besides the QAR ones previously posted, that you sell? I would LOVE to take a look if so.
    Great blog by the way!

  25. Anonymous says:

    I am trying to get to the google doc for this, but I just get sent to the login for google docs. Can you please help. These look great!

  26. Laura S. says:

    I also cannot open the sticky notes for reader;s response. What can I do to get the file? Can you send it through email to me at crafty1@usa.net? I would greatly appreciate it! 🙂

  27. Anonymous says:

    What a great idea, I've been wanting some better ideas for my reading logs. What type of questions would you ask on W/Th/F? Thanks, Niccole

  28. Cynthia says:

    I love this idea. Had not heard of this before. I have used labels that are made for the printer, but I bet the Post-its are cheaper. Thank you.

  29. Anonymous says:

    This is a great idea. Do you have a list of questions that you have used? I would really appreciate the help. Thanks.

  30. Would love to have the questions!!

  31. Anonymous says:

    I cannot open the file. Please help!

  32. jazz9k says:

    You need to google 'effective marking'You are all so late with this, we do this in my school you print a 'green pen question' which is a response question like this fort chn to complete in green pen, these are printed on stickers the that are stuck in the childs book,

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