AR - Accelerated Reader Level and Goal Bookmarks Our librarian was the inspiration for these bookmarks. She noticed that students forgot their levels and goals while at the library choosing new books. These handy bookmarks travel easily to the library o
How to Build Reading Fluency, the Quick and Easy Way! These fluency strips include simple sentence strips that provide a genuine opportunity to practice fluency for beginning and/or struggling readers!
Grade Reading Comprehension AssessmentsLooking for assessments to be used a reading formatives or summatives in your third grade classroom? This growing bundle is designed to progress monitor third graders' reading comprehension through out the year.
Morning Work ELA and Reading Freebie! Supercharge your morning work with I Heart Literacy!Each page features a fun theme so your students will not only be practicing reading and ELA skills but will also be learning about a curriculum-based topic.
Reading Test Prep Minilesson Framework for ELA Reading
Is it reading test prep season again? This test-talk minilesson structure for helping students understand the design of standardized reading tests, question-answer relationship strategy (QAR anchor chart), and 4 step reading test strategy for answering qu
Grab your free Reading Test Prep "Question Sorting Activity." Have your students study and generalize the types of questions they will see on their end of grade/state reading test. Learn all about how I launch my reading test prep unit with this question
The Lion and the Mouse – Third Grade Reading Comprehension Test: Use the information in the story to answer the 5 comprehension questions. Answer Key Is Included. Test Type: Fable Grade Level: Third Grade The Lion and the Mouse
Read all about how I launch my reading test prep unit with a reading questions sort. My students learn to "Think Through" reading tests and the questions they can expect with this activity. Grab your FREE sorting resources so that you can launch your test
Teach Your Child to Read - Or, what not to do. Teach kids real reading is thinking.not how to take a test. Teach thinking the rest will happen. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.