Guided Reading Groups
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Reading Response Worksheet - Free
FREEBIE: Read and response sheet for your students to use after reading a book or listening to one on tape in your listening center. Great way to check for understanding of the book and also give them a time to reflect. Great to use in your kindergarten or first grade classroom!
Close Reading Highlighter Labels
Use these FREE highlighter labels to help students keep organized and engaged while close reading! Also terrific for test prep for older grades. Each label has an I CAN statement to keep your good readers focused on the task at hand.
Word Work for Guided Reading - Learning Letters
Word Work for Guided Reading. Pre-A readers are those that know less than 40 letters. This set of materials will help you teach phonemic awareness, phonics, and print concepts to young students in a guided reading group. $
10 Things You Have to Know When You Teach Reading
The more I become experienced in my craft, the more I realize that most teachers are thrown a manual and told to teach. For me, there have been big Aha’s and I actually have realized why the reading programs are putting these components into their program. I would like to express that I am not...Read More »
Editable Weekly Reading Records Grouped by Weekly Reading Strategies - CCSS
Weekly Reading Records with Daily Comprehension Responses (each week is a different strategy) - Strategies include.... -Inferring- -Making Connections- -Summarizing- -Synthesizing- -Visualizing- -Determining Importance- -Questioning-
Make your life easier with these popular checklists... These Guided Reading Checklists are adapted from Fountas’ and Pinnell’s Continuum of Literacy Learning. They are designed to provide information about each reading level so that teachers can make informed decisions about what to teach students during guided reading and what to observe and assess. **A continuum of reading behaviors, not specific steps, can be found on these checklists.