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Are you looking for a way to help children and social responsibility skills in the classroom? This informative post outlines how-to run effective classroom meetings today! It includes details about the schedule, social emotional topics, lessons and activi Classroom Behavior, Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Management, Classroom Meeting, Behavior Management, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Libraries, Class Management

A Class Meeting with Kids that Builds Important Social and Emotional Skills – Proud to be Primary

Are you looking for a way to help children and social responsibility skills in the classroom? This informative post outlines how-to run effective classroom meetings today! It includes details about the schedule, social emotional topics, lessons and activities, books, and a FREE planner to get you set!

Retelling Sticks are a tool for students to help them retell stories, while identifying and describing story elements. The visual cues will aid students in providing key ideas and details as they retell and sequence stories. Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading

Retelling Sticks

Retelling Sticks are a tool for students to help them retell stories, while identifying and describing story elements. The visual cues will aid students in providing key ideas and details as they retell and sequence. Glue the laminate circles to popsicle sticks and they are ready to use!

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Charts and Posters Everywhere! - When a Teacher Asks You to Summarize. Life Hacks For School, School Study Tips, School Tips, High School Hacks, School 2017, School Stuff, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension

Charts and Posters Everywhere!

I kinda have a thing for chart paper. No, really, I have issues! :) My co-workers tell me I spend way too much time on them. They always tel...

Anchor charts are a main element of a lit-rich classrooom. This is a 5 Finger Retelling Anchor chart. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Guided Reading, Close Reading, Glad Strategies, Retelling Activities

Reading Workshop – Skinned Knees & Shoelaces

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Whoa lots of new books to check out! An awesome book list for second grade readers put together by children's book experts. Books For Second Graders, Third Grade Reading, 4th Grade Level Books, 3rd Grade Book List, Grade 2, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Books, Reading Lists

Favorite books for 3rd graders Book lists | GreatSchools.org

An awesome book list for third grade readers put together by our children's book experts. #reading

Teach Your Child to Read - Close readers anchor chart. This is a good visual to remind students what to actually do when they are reading closely. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Stamina, Learning, Reading Goals, Study Skills

This & That

Hey everyone! Good news... we are in the second week of 5th grade.... and... I AM ALIVE!!! (!) Actually, alive & IN LOVE! No, really. L.O.V.E.!!! I am seriously having a moment. It may be the honeymoon stage, or whatever, but 5th grade is seriously so. much. fun! The kids are big, yes. But I can actually have CONVERSATIONS with them. Yes, all my kindergarten teacher friends. IMAGINE THAT. REAL conversations. With the kids. AND they can FOLLOW DIRECTIONS. LIKE THE FIRST TIME. AND The can do…

 This would foster students to become engaged readers, as it provides them tips to think about while reading, and to help them stay on task and focused with reading. Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Goals, Math Lessons, Teaching Language Arts, Speech And Language

Teaching My Friends!

I've seen this on a bunch of blogs and thought it would be fun to do. Most recently, I saw it on Farley's blog, Oh Boy, Fourth Grade! What a great blog by the way! You can make your own "Currently" from her template and join her linky party. I didn't join the linky party, but I see 173 blogs linked that I can't wait to check out. By the way, the only reason I didn't link is because I'm not exactly sure how. When I'm feeling better, I'm going to figure out how to do that. Anyway, I found…

During quiet reading time, just have the kids flip their chairs around and give them pillows to lounge on. Read to self pillows! Classroom Layout, Classroom Setting, Classroom Design, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Classroom Decor, Classroom Floor Plan

Summer Bucket List {for the Classroom}

So I only have about a month left before I start teaching again! Well new teacher training starts on July 18th and then the kids return on August 1st! I know I know, my time is running out. So I thought it would be best if I compiled all the ideas I have for my classroom, sort of like a ‘to-do’ list if you will. So these ideas are not in any particular order but here we go… (all ideas were found on Pinterest) So I’ve honestly NEVER seen this before but it’s GENIUS! I’m thinking that this…

A great resource to teach students to decode unfamiliar words Its a great warm up for guided reading Includes seven decoding strategies and posters Over 900 task cards be. Guided Reading Activities, Guided Reading Groups, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Intervention Classroom, Reading Task Cards, Reading Resources, Guided Reading Organization, Teaching Babies

Using Decoding Strategies: Start Guided Reading Off Right!

Hello friends! What an important time of the day guided reading is! It can be a difficult time to plan for, but it is so important to get our new readers reading out loud and reading with a purpose. Before you start your guided reading time, it also important to have an instructional focus selected. During guided reading your focuses may include: a comprehension skill, vocabulary words, and word work. One thing I am guilty of neglecting to teach is decoding strategies. Decoding strategies…