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Pirate Phonics Jokes

Why does it take a pirate so long to learn the alphabet? He spends years at C!!! Kids LOVE jokes! These short videos teach them jokes as they decode words. They review beginning, middle, and ending sounds as they write the punch lines. As they write, they predict the punch line and what letter they will use next. This is GREAT for improving reading and spelling skills. Kids BEG to do this! Nothing to prep - just push play! 10 jokes for $3!

from This Reading Mama

5 Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension

5 Simple Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension {from Pre-K and beyond} | This Reading Mama


Improve Reading | Therapeutic Activity for Visual Memory, Auditory Memory, Visual Spatial skills, and Working Memory from Selma Dawani Educational Therapy on (119 pages) - IMPROVE YOUR STUDENTS READING in 12 WEEKS! 5 sessions a week (10-15 minute sessions) I have been using this method for years and it works! It is a perfect edition to any academic remediation!!

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How Science Can Help Improve Reading Skills

4 Ways that Science Can Help Improve Reading Skills plus a Science Experiment Recording Sheet and Notebook Cover FREEBIE | This Reading Mama


Why Listening to Podcasts Helps Kids Improve Reading Skills

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oi/ and /oy/ Diphthong Words Phonolanguage Card Game

Phonolanguage cards are designed to help students improve reading skills, semantic language skills, vocabulary skills and syntax skills. They can ...

9 Ways to Use Reading to Improve Your Writing - writing is an endless loop of ideas, writing styles, and people's lives, so it's no surprise that reading plays a large role in shaping you as a a writer. Here are 9 ways that you can purposefully use reading to hone your writing skills.

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Eye Lighter Guided Reading Strips - 6/pk

The Eye Lighter highlights multiple lines of text or underlines a single sentence to improve reading skills and reading fluency. Use it to help with speed reading, reading focus or as a tool in different reading strategies aimed at improving overall reading skills such as reading fluency.