Meeting the Needs…
If you’ve ever had (or possibly you currently do have) a student who struggled with phonics even after receiving daily, systematic instruction, it’s most likely because they have not yet developed their phonemic awareness abilities. Read more
Five for Friday - YAY!!!
All I can say is "YAY" - I'm so glad it is Friday!!! My linky party has turned into a flop, but that's okay, I still have my giveaway!!! Only one more day to get in on the great prizes (ends at midnight tomorrow)! Check it out here! I'm linking up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for the "Five for Friday" linky party. After 2 weeks in two different hospitals, my dad was finally discharged today and came home. We have a long road ahead of us still with follow-up visits and treatments, but…
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37 Likes, 7 Comments - Texas Teaching Chicks (@texasteachingchicks) on Instagram: “One bulletin board done! Love the genre posters, they are in our TPT store😎#iteach4th #reading…”
FREE Reading Genre Posters
Similar in design to Beth Newingham's Genre Posters, I have created additional Genre posters for you to display in your classrom. Included in the Download: Folk Tales Humorous Fiction Legend Narrative Nonfiction Photo Essay Play **NEW** Fairy Tale Fable Tall Tale Myths...
Genre Posters - Lessons With Laughter
Earlier this year I had my students make genre posters to help them become familiar with the different genres that we were going to be reading and discussing throughout the year. I like to use Beth Newingham’s genre posters because I love how they have a description of the genre and sample texts. (I downloaded […]
Reading Genre Posters
These reading genre posters are a great way to remind your students about each type of genre. They are also great to hang in your classroom library to remind your students about the different genres. There are three different versions of each genre; black & white, color, chalkboard & bright.