Back to school infographic: Why Read 20 Minutes at Home? Perfect to send home the first week of school!

Why Read At Home? This a wonderful visual to show students (and parents) the importance of nightly reading at home. I send this home to parents each year along with their child& nightly reading log. I hope you can use this in your classroom!

Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

Reading: Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

An interesting #infographic on why #reading #books is good for your health

Reading makes us better (infographic)

Reading makes us better. The benefits in a poster! / of readers volunteer for non-profit organizations. Only of non readers are willing to do that.

Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this! {When do you read at least 20 minutes with your child?}

Back to school night handout! Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

Research now shows that direct instruction on vocabulary has a greater impact on reading comprehension than comprehension strategies and even phonics programs! Come learn why reading alone is inadequate for building vocabulary as well as some great ways to develop this needed skill.

Vocabulary Development: Why Reading is Not Enough

Learning Specialist and Teacher Materials - Good Sensory Learning: Vocabulary Development: Why Reading is Not Enough

3rd grade spelling Free Printable Language Arts Worksheets and Resources

Third Grade Spelling Words – Free 3rd Grade weekly List, Worksheets

Dolch Word List Sorted by Frequency by Grade - Reading Worksheets, Spelling, Grammar, Comprehension, Lesson Plans

The Importance of Reading Aloud.  Why Read Aloud?

Read Aloud infographic - Importance of Reading Aloud - Share with parents

Vowel Team and Diphthong Word Lists for Lesson Planning and Activities

Teach Your Child to Read - Vowel Team and Diphthong Word Lists for Lesson Planning and Activities - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Why Read 20 Minutes A day? This should go home to every parent at the beginning of the year, but I'd highlight the test score part more!

The High-Tech Teacher: Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Why Read 20 Minutes?

Why Reading 30 Minutes A Day Matters:  Share this important info with parents!  #ece  Good to send home for summer.  (free download)

Why Reading 30 Minutes A Day Matters

Why Reading 30 Minutes A Day Matters Heidi Songs Reading Infographic. I love sharing this with parents at the beginning of the school year.

why can't I skip reading

Reading: Why Are Those 20 Minutes a Day So Important?

Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!

Reader for Kindergarten and First Grade Students. Read about why rules are needed and have discussion about what kind of school they want to be a part of this school year. $

School Rules {Social Studies Reader} for First Grade & Kindergarten

Reader for Kindergarten and First Grade Students. Read about why rules are needed and have discussion about what kind of school they want to be a part of this school year. $

Why? A read aloud to help promote questioning and wondering.

This is a wonderful book to promote questioning and wondering in young children. This could be a great read aloud for all grade levels to help foster natural inquiry in the science classroom.

Why do we teach students to blend and segment words? Blending and segmenting are foundational reading skills for every child. How do you teach blending and segmenting? Continue reading -->

Tips for Student Success When Blending and Segmenting Words

Why do we teach students to blend and segment words? Blending and segmenting are foundational reading skills for every child. How do you teach blending and segmenting? Continue reading --> via

In which John Green kicks off the Crash Course Literature mini series with a reasonable set of questions. Why do we read? What's the point of reading critically. John will argue that reading is about effectively communicating with other people. Unlike a direct communication though, the writer has to communicate with a stranger, through time and ...

How and Why We Read: Crash Course English Literature Published on 15 Nov 2012 In which John Green kicks off the Crash Course Literature mini series with a reasonable set of questions. What's the point of reading critically.

Library lesson plans and ideas for the elementary librarian....not in an elementary school, but something might work for middle school!

Will we need this at HSE with no more librarian? Elementary Librarian - Library lesson plans and ideas for the elementary librarian. Lessons incorporate Common Core and AASL standards.

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