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Reciprocal Reading Group Cards for Guided Reading

reciprocal teaching After teaching reading for many years and trying to teach children good skills to analyse and understand the text, I was delighted to find the specific strategies of Reciprocal Teaching. Obviously,...

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Reading and Math Task Cards

(Free) 32 Reading Task Cards - (Sample of my Context Clues, Inference, Theme, Prediction, Main Idea, Summarize, Figurative Language) in large print,ideal for the overhead projector as well as cut out for rings.

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Independent Reading Task Cards

Use these task cards to help you manage independent reading. They can be used for writing prompts, whole and small group discussions, learning stations and reading conferences. #readingtaskcards


FREE!! These task cards are great for both phonics and reading comprehension. Students have to read sentences and determine the correct word that completes the sentence. Perfect for first grade or for students in RTI in second grade.


*FREE!* Pre-Reading Task Cards Mini-Set for Novel Study!


I have a plastic cup full of "Leveled Reading Comprehension Sticks" that could use additional questions. There are some good ones in here! :)

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Word Problem Detective

Word Problem Task Cards FREEBIE - These longer story problems require students to read carefully to find the information they need. Two levels included!

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Reading Task Cards Mega Bundle

416 Common Core Reading Task Cards! Awesome focused practice for your students covering a wide spectrum of standards! (TpT Resource)

---- Free--- Have you ever wished that task cards were organized by guided reading/Lexile levels? Students can work at their own levels and review phonics and comprehension skills. This is the ultimate is differentiated instruction. It is also a great time saver. Try it out for free.


DIfferentiated Dry Erase Close Reading Task Cards for Informational Text~ Students practice close reading on the task cards. Highlight supporting details, wipe off the task card, and then reuse. The blank lines on each card enable students to write their complete answer on the card. This is a great way for students to practice close reading skills in a literacy center.$