The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Independent Reading Collection
Promote lifelong reading habits with books that are worthy of student CHOICE.
The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom Independent Reading Collection is made up of carefully curated, authentic children’s literature that provides the opportunity for students to develop tastes as readers and to read a large number of self-selected books independently.
What is it?
Independent reading offers children the chance to read, enjoy, and interact with texts that they choose in order to gain “mileage” as readers. These collections were curated to provide high-quality trade books that help students explore their interests, flourish as readers, and develop the ability to independently read increasingly challenging texts.View the Sampler
Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Instructional Context Samplers
Explore the Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Instructional Context Samplers to begin designing the landscape of literacy education in your school.
Each instructional context plays an essential role that contributes in different ways to every student's development as a reader, writer, and language user. Improve student outcomes by creating equitable literacy opportunities for all students with Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™.
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Who is it for?
The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Independent Reading Collection is for the classroom teacher who wants to promote lifelong reading habits in students, grades K–6. This context takes place during independent reading time, where children read books of their choosing and teachers engage in brief conferring conferences that support their thinking.
What is inside?
The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Independent Reading Collection includes trade titles that can be used to begin, or augment, your classroom classroom library. Each book has been carefully selected to ensure that the collection is appropriate and engaging for students, and represents a diverse range of experiences and cultures. The collection includes a conferring card for each independent reading book. Through individual conferring conferences, teachers can observe and extend children’s understanding of the text as well as support their thinking.Shop Now
How is it implemented?
During independent reading, children read books of their choosing while the teacher creates opportunities to share ideas through minilessons and brief conferences. Children read texts that are generally at a their independent reading level, then they share their thinking through discussion and writing. The teaching occurs in brief conferring conferences that support children’s thinking.