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Guided reading ideas.  Help students understand how to sequence stories with a easy retelling chart.

Teach Your Child to Read - Guided reading ideas. Help students understand how to sequence stories with a easy retelling chart. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

This website has examples of anchor charts to use in the classroom to help students remember the different parts of speech.

Friday Freebie

Friday Freebie Parts of Speech Posters. The pictured ones are free and there is also a link to more that can be purchased on TPT.

A simple and convenient way to assign reader's response work.Please go here if you would like the full 79 page book.Enjoy,Lidia...

A simple and convenient way to assign reader's response work. *Free bookmarks - students will use smarties to buy the other bookmarks

Are you looking for a way to reinforce reading concepts with your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students? Click through to see how this simple Reading Thought Bubble activity can work in your classroom! {Plus it's a great reference even AFTER the activity a

Reading Thought Bubbles

Are you looking for a way to reinforce reading concepts with your or grade students? Click through to see how this simple Reading Thought Bubble activity can work in your classroom! {Plus it's a great reference even AFTER the activity a

Here's a great anchor chart on metacognition with stems to get kids thinking about their thinking!

The Teaching Thief: Favorite Picture Books for Teaching Comprehension Love the thinking stems anchor.

Play headbands with vocabulary words. Make it a competition between subgroups of the class to see who can get through a stack of words the fastest. Make sure to limit students on the types of hints they can use.

Think * Share * Teach: Headbands With a Twist - could also make into a vocabulary game similar to Heads Up, where the students have to give clues about the word and the other student has to guess the work based on their clues about the word.

Very Short Stories For High School & Middle School

Very Short Stories for High School & Middle School

ReADinG: short, well known, popular short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or for anyone who loves reading.

Reading skills for comprehension

Teach Your Child to Read - Why I love the book Strategies That Work and FREE posters for your classroom! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

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