This is a useful chart for both teachers and students. It helps teachers plan lessons for the week, but more importantly, it helps students remember how to be good readers, even when doing a read aloud.
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Even big kids need shared reading! It's the perfect way to model/practice comprehension strategies, summarizing and build oral fluency. The best part is that it only takes minutes a day. Could be slightly modified for or grade
FREE Reading Strategies & Printables What do your students do with their brains while they are reading? I hope the answer isn't "nothing! For some great reading strategies over what your kiddos need to be thinking about. Before Reading Durin
Teach Your Child to Read - This shared reading weekly guide is a great help for getting stared with implementing shared reading! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
What is balanced literacy? I have a few things to share.
What is Balanced Literacy? How does it look in a kindergarten classroom? Look at reading instruction: read alouds, shared reading, guided reading, and independent reading. Also look at writing instruction: Modeled writing, shar
Set of alphabet poems to use during my shared reading time in my Kindergarten classroom. This set of 26 poems will provide you with one poem for each letter of the alphabet. These predictable poems are filled with words that begin with each letter
Teach poetry in your primary classroom with a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Children love to read and practice weekly poems. Grab FREE poems for your classroom.