Dividing Syllables - Open and Closed Syllables - This Reading Mama
Are you working on dividing syllables, specifically with open and closed syllables? Your learners won’t be able to resist these “cut the cheese” syllable cards from my 6 Syllable Types Interactive Pages Pack! *The free download can be found towards the END of this post. Just click on the teal download button. **This post contains …
Reading Comprehension Center BUNDLE #1
Use these comprehension cards over and over again with ANY text! These strategies for upper elementary (Grades 2-6) are great for literacy centers, independent practice, partner work, or in small groups. Students will love the activities and teachers will love the organization!
Reading Intervention Activities | Reading Practice
No prep reading intervention binder with activities and games for early or upper elementary students, esl or struggling readers. Classroom teachers or specialists can use during small group or guided reading for teaching kindergarten, first, second, or third graders fluency, decoding, long vowels, and simple sentences strategies and skills. Use as assessment, test tools, progress monitoring, documentation, teacher data organization, or k-2 goal setting. Ideas for homeschool, 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade.
Data Collection Sheets for IEP Goals
When progress monitoring, you need tracking sheets that will allow you and your students to see progress. These printable progress monitoring sheets are perfect for student data binders, RTI goals, IEP goals, and progress monitoring.
10 mistakes to avoid when teaching reading
Are you making these common mistakes when teaching reading in K-2? Do you remember elementary school? Despite the fact that it was (ahem) years ago, I have a pretty vivid picture of the first day of fourth grade. Our teacher held up our new-to-us reading books and our brand new workbooks, and he told us sternly … “Now, DON’T go home and read all the stories in your new reading... Read More »
Guided Reading Curriculum - Mrs. Richardson's Class
Guided reading is the heartbeat of the balanced literacy model. This curriculum helps teachers get started by providing all of the needed lesson materials, including books and scripted lesson plans. Teachers will be able to implement this easily in their classrooms as they get started with guided reading!