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Syllables Practice from 3rd Grade Edug8tor on TeachersNotebook.com - (11 pages) - Enjoy this freebie to help your students with breaking words into syllables!

FluencyFluencyHave you struggled with finding the most efficient tools to increase reading fluency among your struggling readers? I have combined many of my favorite tools, and that of my students, in one packet. This packet will provide you and your students with fun activities to build reading fluency and increase reading scores for your struggling readers.

A great resource for students to use while writing about reading! Students are able to decide using the ring of cards which prompt they want to use. Sentence frames are also included to guide their writing or collaborative conversations around literature.

3rd Grade Sight Words! Have your students practice their sight words in four different ways! Box it up, write in alphabetical order, find them in a word search and find a word that rhymes. Back to School NO PREP Packet for Third Grade!

Free Resource! What is an effective way to get your students thinking at a deeper level? Let me share what works well for my students on a blog post at Minds in Bloom! After you read the post and you think it will fit well with your class, there will be a link to download it for free! ROCKIN RESOURCES

Asking and answering questions in text seems like a simple task, yet primary students often need a visual reminder. This small bundle gives you the perfect visual reminder. This is the same sheet with 4 different ethnic/gender choices. This anchor chart could be blow up in a poster size or could also work very well in an interactive reading notebook.Happy Teaching!

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

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