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FREE Daily 5 Menu / Literacy Station Ideas PrintableI have compiled ideas to use for Daily 5. The girth of these ideas stem from Work on Writing and Word Work. I have received a lot of questions from new teachers on how/what to do at those stations! There are so many awesome resources out there that embody these basic ideas.I hope this helps you with planning and organize your thoughts and ideas!

FREE Daily 5 Menu / Literacy Station Ideas Printable

FREE Daily 5 Menu / Literacy Station Ideas Printable I have compiled ideas to use for Daily 5. The girth of these ideas stem from Work on Writing and Word Work. I have received a lot of questions from new teachers on how/what to do at those stations! There are so many awesome resources out there t...

29-page FREE packet with activities revolving around the rule "When two vowels go walking the first one does the talking."

When Two Vowels Go Walking Activities

1-2-3 Come Work On Vowel Digraphs With Me I think most everyone has heard the reading rule “When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking.” It was probably thought up by a teacher or parent who was trying to make learning to read a bit easier. I learned this rule, and I’ve also taught this rule. While doing so, I made sure that my students said, “but not all of the time.” after they repeated the rhyme. For as we all well know, the English language has many aggravating exceptions…

Go paperless with your morning work by getting your students collaborating and practicing social skills!

Word Work: Morning Centers —

After reflecting, I knew that I needed to change my morning work routine. My students did the same paper pencil based assignment each week. It was boring. Many of them seemed to be going through the motions just to be done. After finishing they could work on an early finisher activity. Some activiti

Need word work ideas? Do you like freebies? Check this HUGE freebie out to use during word work in Daily 5!

Daily 5-2nd Edition Chapter 7 + FREEBIES!

Need word work ideas? Do you like freebies? Check this HUGE freebie out to use during word work in Daily 5!

Kinder Alphabet: CVCC Clip Art and Word Work Freebies

CVCC Clip Art and Word Work Freebies - Kinder Alphabet

This post includes clip art and free word work activities. I am having so much fun making these unique sets of Clip Art for Teachers. Now, my collection includes short vowels in CVC word patterns, CVCC words clip art, and finally, CVCC word patterns clip art. Yay! I know that you will find these useful [Read On]

Reading Record Cheat Sheet is a FREE quick one-page resource that helps you remember how to mark an error while reading one-on-one with your students. This also contains the percentages of accuracy for reading. {Independent, instructional, and frustration levels}Hope this helps!

Reading Record Cheat Sheet

Reading Record Cheat Sheet is a FREE quick one-page resource that helps you remember how to mark an error while reading one-on-one with your students. This also contains the percentages of accuracy for reading. {Independent, instructional, and frustration levels} Hope this helps! Happy Reading!

I Love First Grade Daily Five Word Work. Good picture of how to organize Word Work.

Daily Five Word Work

I worked hard all summer getting the Working on Words area ready. It has been the vain of my existence for a few years and this year I was going to get it right! I created tic-tac-toe boards for the year. (They are on sale at TPT) I also made papers for each choice. Here are some examples: You may purchase these on Teachers Pay Teachers at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Daily-Five-Work-on-Words-Papers Finally, I organized the area. It's almost the end of January and I have to…

Word Work Activities using Bananagrams - Clever Classroom Blog

Word Work Activities using Bananagrams - Clever Classroom Blog

I am crazy for Bananagrams! If you haven’t heard of them before, they are much like Scrabble tiles without the numerical value. So many teachers are using these versatile letter tiles in their classrooms as a word work tool. How exciting! Students can use them to build vocabulary words, spelling words or any word list. […]

I Love 2 Teach: Five Spelling Rules Posters {Freebie}

Five Spelling Rules Posters {Freebie}

There are five spelling rules that help us know when to double, drop or change letters in words. Check this out for a more in depth look a...

Word Construction

Word Construction - Family Days Tried And Tested

I set up this really easy word construction site for our 6-year-old and challenged him to build a road by building some words. He loved it!

Crazy for First Grade: Word Work Stations

Word Work Stations

I believe in doing anything and everything to encourage and inspire my students to fall deeply in love with words! Each day we explore phon...

FREEBIE! This is my best FREEBIE yet! This includes 7 literacy centers, worksheets, and booklets to go with the story, Henry and Mudge The First Book.

Henry and Mudge Journeys

FREEBIE! This is my best FREEBIE yet! This includes 7 literacy centers, worksheets, and booklets to go with the story, Henry and Mudge The First Book.

Get a glimpse into how work stations and small group reading is working right…

What Work Stations Look Like in My Classroom Right Now

A very common question is always, 'How do you run literacy work stations in your classroom?' I thought I would blog about what my work stations look like right now at the beginning of the year. I have to be honest and say that these have evolved and changed so many times over the years. I kind of morph a lot of different ideas together (Debbie Diller, Daily 5, etc.) and use what's best for my students and me. I think that's the ultimate goal of teaching. We have to use what we know and make…

I Spy Sight Words Reading Activity with a FREEBIE Clever Classroom

I Spy Sight Words Reading Activity with a FREEBIE - Clever Classroom Blog

I believe that the acquisition of reading skills and strategies can be strengthened by the notion that children should read anything and everything. I know from experience that a print rich environment is important for the emergent reader but providing them with a varied source of written language will set them up to achieve also. […]