I'm guessing it's a good list for kids who Love to read as well! pinner said: This book lists and discusses a number of books that kids will actually love to read. Each section has areas such as, "if your child likes." and parent notes.
This handy chart compares Fountas and Pinnell's Gradient Text Levels to grade levels and Reading A-Z levels. The color-code shows letters in each grade. I use these colors to code my classroom library.Useful for guided reading and finding good-fit books f
This is the actual link.Our Cool School: Persuasive Writing: OREO Graphic Organizer.Opening activity: What is the best way to eat an Oreo. Includes a handout for students to use for organizing their thoughts. Great idea that the kids will love
For Parents: here is some information you might find helpful. It is similar to what I do in class to encourage kids to interact with text. Ask if you have questions. What to Do When Your Child Can't Remember What He Reads easy comprehension strategies
A Teacher Shares: 7 No-fail ways to help your struggling reader!