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Author's Purpose and TONS of other great printables that teach core standards!You can find Authors purpose. Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Centers

April FUN-Filled Learning!

April is nearly here and we are geared up for some fun spring-filled learning! This month we are keeping it rigorous and FUN! The following April

Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies: Asking Questions & QAR Strategy - Raise the Bar Reading You are in the right place about Reading Comprehension for teenagers Here we offer you the most beaut Middle School Reading, 5th Grade Reading, Middle School Libraries, Kindergarten Reading, Preschool Kindergarten, Kindergarten Worksheets, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Guided Reading Lessons

Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies: Asking Questions & QAR Strategy

Asking questions before, during, and after reading comes very naturally to skilled readers, but for struggling readers, this skill can be just the opposite. Asking questions of varying depths is arguably the most important reading

Teach Your Child To Read Fast - I have a list a mile long of new ideas that I cant wait to try out for next year. - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader! Reading Centers, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Close Reading Strategies, Close Reading Activities, Learning, Reading Center Ideas

Close Reading Toolbox Freebie! | The TpT Blog

I have a list a mile long of new ideas that I can't wait to try out for next year. My first one?!?! Close Reading Toolboxes...

There are several major benefits for incorporating close reading into your curriculum. Close reading mirrors the Common Core State Standards, embraces differentiation, encourages critical thinking, and support cross-curricular instruction. Close Reading Strategies, Reading Resources, Teaching Reading, Cloze Reading, Close Reading Lessons, Close Reading Activities, Reading Lesson Plans, Writing Activities, 6th Grade Ela

4 Major Benefits of Close Reading

FREEBIE! Get started with close reading using this printable and digital graphic organizer. Download your copy today! #freeprintable #closereading #readingcomprehension

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Draw-A-Stickman: A great therapy/teaching tool!

Guest Blogger: Ashley Robinson My name is Ashley Robinson and I work on the AT team under Jim's guidance. Jim did not sign on for a brand new clinician, but he has taken me under his wing and is teaching me the ropes. I really couldn't have done it without him and my supervisor Ruth Morgan (check out her blog at http://chapelhillsnippets.blogspot.com/). Jim has graciously welcomed me to guest blog about my experiences with technology as a speech language pathologist and tech specialist. This…

Teaching Students to Comprehend Nonfiction - Raise the Bar Reading Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Learning, Middle School Reading, Third Grade Reading, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Writing Strategies, Text Structure Worksheets

Teaching Students to Comprehend Nonfiction

Reading nonfiction texts can be overwhelming for students, especially when it comes to a topic they are unfamiliar with at a reading a level that is even slightly above theirs. With a push to read

Teach Your Child to Read - Interactive Notebooks: Informational Texts (Simply Secondary) - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Eighth Grade, Science Notebooks, Interactive Notebooks, Reading Notebooks, Reading Strategies

Interactive Notebooks: Informational Texts (Simply Secondary)

One of the biggest struggles in Literacy classrooms can sometimes be incorporating informational texts into literary units. Another struggle, getting students to read on level. Another struggle, getti

Reading response task cards for elementary students. Your second grade or third grade student will love responding to these response questions to texts they are reading in school. These reading response questions are differentiated and leveled so students Guided Reading Questions, Reading Response Activities, Reading Task Cards, Reading Fluency, Reading Skills, Teaching Activities, Reading Resources, Third Grade Writing, 5th Grade Reading

Reading Response Task Cards

Reading response task cards for elementary students. Your second grade or third grade student will love responding to these response questions to texts they are reading in school. These reading response questions are differentiated and leveled so students

Teach Your Child to Read Using wordless shorts in language therapy gives you so many options and your clients will LOVE it! Links to the best wordless shorts Ive found. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Pathology, Language Activities, Speech And Language, Inference Activities, Receptive Language, Articulation Activities, Phonics, Wordless Picture Books

8 Wordless Shorts to Target Language - Activity Tailor

Using wordless shorts in language therapy gives you so many options and your clients will LOVE it! Links to the best wordless shorts I've found.

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AMAZING Ways to Use Pixar Shorts in the Classroom

Adventures of Ms. Smith: AMAZING Ways to Use Pixar Shorts in the Classroom

Can you guess the Mystery Word? -Could do with vocabulary or just random words the students would know. Teaching Vocabulary, Teaching Language Arts, Vocabulary Activities, Teaching Reading, Dictionary Activities, Vocabulary Wall, Learning, Teaching Ideas, 4th Grade Ela

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Story Elements & A WONDER Freebie! Teaching Story Elements- includes a matching freebie for interactive notebooks!Teaching Story Elements- includes a matching freebie for interactive notebooks! Reading Workshop, Writer Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Response, Guided Reading, Teaching Plot, Reading Tips, Teaching Language Arts

The Best 3rd Grade Anchor Charts for Your Classroom

Looking for 3rd grade anchor charts? We put together some of our favorites to use in your third grade classroom this year!

Author's Purpose Game- Students read the book description and determine whether the author's purpose was to persuade, inform, or entertain. Perfect for a small group activity! Comprehension Activities, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Response, Reading Games, Reading Workshop, Reading Groups

Author's Purpose Game

This is a hands-on game your students can play with a partner or small group to practice identifying the author's purpose for a writing a piece. It includes 27 book descriptions. Students must determine whether the author's purpose for writing the book or article was to persuade, inform, or entertai...

Need some ideas for learning at home with your kids? Click the pin to read these 5 fun, engaging spring ideas for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade learners! Home Learning, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, 4th Grade Activities, Spring Activities, 4th Grade Crafts, First Grade Writing, 4th Grade Reading, Learn To Read Kindergarten

5 Easy Spring Activities for Learning at Home — Alleah Maree

Oooh, springtime! It’s here! Can you feel it where you are?! That warm spring air, the fresh blooms all over, all the rainbows, creepy crawlies, and fluffy spring trees…the new beginnings of spring are so full of hope! This year, I know the routines of a lot of parents and teachers are super diffe