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Really startling numbers! So important to make every effort to get engaging, powerful, and impacting books into the HOMES of kids everywhere. #readgrowlearn #usbornebooksandmore

Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!

Teaching With Love and Laughter: Search results for dolphin

Here's a model of the Nonfiction Reading Strategy Graphic Organizer. After reading nonfiction books or articles, this graphic organizer helps students summarize what they have learned.

Tournament of Books....perfect to go with March madness!

Tournament of Kids Books-- To celebrate March Madness, 16 favorite kids books face off bracket style. Compare and contrast books using story elements. Each kid assigned one section/face-off of the bracket!

http://www.123homeschool4me.com/2014/07/making-sense-of-reading-levels.html Making Sense of Reading Levels

Making sense of Reading Levels for Parents! Good resource for parents. Super helpful information on Book Level, Guided Reading, and Lexile including the range where kids are at each grade level!

After studying the classic fairy tales, it's fun to compare the fractured versions.

14 Fractured Fairy Tales

FREE Reading Comprehension Bookmarks are great to help kids impreove retention teach note taking, make reports on both fiction and non fiction books in second grade third grade fourth grade fifth grade sisth grade and more

FREE Reading Comprehension Bookmarks are great to help kids impreove retention teach note taking, make reports on both fiction and non fiction books in second grade third grade fourth grade fifth grade sisth grade and

40 Fiction Books for Boys (ages 8-14) Or for anyone who wants to read thank you very much

40 Fiction Books for Boys (ages Obviously anyone can read these books. Good idea for creating a summer reading list!

Book Challenge Reading Logs {Freebie!}

Motivate your students to read a variety of genres with the and 30 Book Challenge Reading Logs. Your students will read either 15 books, 20 books, or 30 books of varying genres, recording the titles on their reading logs. Once your students have met their

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