Reading Comprehension

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Insightful elementary reading comprehension resources including: close reading, reading Information standards for nonfiction texts, text structures, fiction reading resources & literature, read aloud text, retell & going deeper with fictional texts and more.

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These are the BEST videos to teach syllables on YouTube. Whether you are looking for new ideas or just want to add some fun activities to your preschool, kindergarten or first grade classroom. Practice counting and breaking words into syllables with these engaging video ideas.

5 Fun AND Instructional Videos to Teach Syllables to New Readers

Don't waste time searching for videos on YouTube! I've compiled a list of my favorite engaging videos to teach syllables!

Are you wondering how to create a love for reading with your elementary students? Read on to learn about this EASY approach that will get kids excited about books. Not only that but you will want to be sure to download the FREE printable resource to help you provide book recommendations that children are guaranteed to love! #thereadingroundup #freebieforteachers #teachingreading Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Fluency, Reading Intervention, Reading Resources, Teaching Reading, Teacher Resources, Kindergarten Reading, Reading Activities, Guided Reading

Develop Students' Love for Reading

Are you looking for ways to develop your students' love for reading? This easy approach and FREE resource is a fun way to get kids excited about books!

This is an article with tips, strategies, and anchor charts to teach the skill of asking and answering questions to students in first grade, second grade, and third grade. You will find picture books and book series to use as mentor texts to teach this skill. Many activities and FREE resources, close reading brochure activities, for your students in 1st, and, and 3rd grade. Reading Comprehension Activities, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, 3rd Grade Reading, Second Grade, Find Picture, Picture Books, Question And Answer, This Or That Questions

Easy Tips for Teaching Asking and Answering Questions

This leads us back to the big question of why ask and answer questions while reading. The reason we want our students to learn how to ask questions while

Check out this blog post all about teaching how to ask questions while reading in the upper elementary classroom. Read about how to explicitly teach students to ask questions while reading in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. Learn about modeling the reading comprehension strategy, practicing questioning with specific activities, and MORE! After reading, download a FREE asking questions bookmark and get access to a Google Classroom compatible LINKtivity digital learning guide to get started today! Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, 5th Grade Teachers, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Student Teaching, Google Classroom, Upper Elementary, 5th Grades, Get Started

Reading Comprehension Strategy Series: How To Teach Students to Ask Questions When They Read — THE CLASSROOM NOOK

Questioning is a reading strategy that is taught to students to help them to better engage with the text. It helps the reader to clarify what he or she is reading and to better understand the text. Asking good questions is a way for students to monitor their own comprehension while reading.

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Reading Comprehension Skills & Strategies Posters • What I Have Learned

Reading comprehension posters that focus on 24 reading skills and reading strategies that elementary students use when reading to learn. Some skills and strategies include: compare and contrast, identify main idea, make connections and more. The posters come in multiple formats and are great for helping students learn the language patterns of the comprehension skills. They come with prompts, responses, and graphic organizers.

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High and Low Books to Attract Reluctant Readers

Reading is everything, right? So what can you do when one of your students is just ‘not feeling it’? Not just for a day, but for months. You’re wracking your brain to try and get this kiddo to pick up a book, but he isn’t interested in anything you have to offer. We’ve all been there. It can be challenging to sell some students on the joys of reading, especially when technology offers so many other convenient options and (sometimes) distractions. In the classroom, however, this isn’t the…

Have you heard about what close reading is and how it can benefit your students, but not sure how to incorporate it into your daily routine? This blog post gives you so many ideas on how to improve your student's reading comprehension levels with some engaging and fun activities and projects. Learn how incorporate close reading into your classroom! These Close reading strategies are great for 3rd grade, 4th grade and 5th grade! Close Reading Strategies, Reading Resources, Reading Activities, Fun Activities, Classroom Resources, Student Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids

Use close reading comprehension passages in your classroom in a variety of different ways to get your students engaged and practicing important ELA standards! From centers to sub plans to room transformations, fun, themed close reading passages will make an awesome addition to your upper elementary classroom.

Use close reading comprehension passages in your classroom in a variety of different ways to get your students engaged and practicing important ELA standards!

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High and Low Books to Attract Reluctant Readers

Reading is everything, right? So what can you do when one of your students is just ‘not feeling it’? Not just for a day, but for months. You’re wracking your brain to try and get this kiddo to pick up a book, but he isn’t interested in anything you have to offer. We’ve all been there. It can be challenging to sell some students on the joys of reading, especially when technology offers so many other convenient options and (sometimes) distractions. In the classroom, however, this isn’t the…

This is an article that shows and explains how to use alphabet poster printables in your classroom. This resource is designed for students in Kindergarten or first grade. It is also perfect for students with reading difficulties or for students new to English. This Alphabet Poster article describes different ways to use them including alphabet mini books and hands-on activities. Teaching Letter Sounds, Alphabet Sounds, Teaching The Alphabet, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Worksheets, Alphabet Book, Alphabet Activities, Hands On Activities, First Grade Classroom

How to Use Alphabet Posters in Your Classroom

Having alphabet posters around your classroom to help support children check their thinking about letters and sounds is key for early readers.

Learn how to introduce books to your guided reading groups in a way that gets the kids excited and also teaches them what they need to read the text! | Learning at the Primary Pond French Teaching Resources, Primary Teaching, Teaching French, Teaching Music, Teaching Reading, Learning, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Music, Teaching Tools

How to Craft Strong Book Introductions for Guided Reading - Learning at the Primary Pond

In today’s post, I’ll share information about what a strong book introduction includes. The book introduction in a guided reading lesson lasts just a few minutes, but getting “good” at doing them takes some practice (and is something that's challenging for me)!

These fun sight word games are perfect for kindergarten or for first grade, second, 3rd and beyond. My students love these hands on board games and card games that cover both dolch and fry sight words! Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Phonics Activities, Comprehension Activities, Reading Activities, Reading Fluency, Reading Intervention

Engaging Sight Word Learning Games Your Students will Love

These sight word learning games are perfect for guided reading group or adding to centers. Students get tons of practice and have tons of fun!

In search of ways to integrate more nonfiction into your class instruction? This blog post lists 10 ideas for bringing in more nonfiction texts and reading activities. Click through to learn more about how to integrate more nonfiction! Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Science, Teaching Tips, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Upper Elementary Resources, Classroom Resources, Mentor Texts

10 Ways to Integrate More Nonfiction into your Classroom - The Owl Teacher

In search of ways to integrate more nonfiction into your class instruction? This blog post lists 10 ideas for integrating more nonfiction texts in class.

I love these 10 simple strategies to help my kindergarten kids with reading. Would be great for first grade too! #kindergartenliteracycenter #firstgradeliteracycenter #teacherlife Reading Help, Reading Tips, Reading Strategies, Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Guided Reading, Early Reading, Reading Resources, Kindergarten Reading

10 Ways to Help Struggling Readers - Playdough To Plato

Helping struggling readers takes extra care and attention – since every child’s brain is different, every solution is slightly different too. While some children may struggle to remember the sounds letters make, other students may skip lines of text, not remember sight words, forget to use picture clues… These 10 simple strategies are easy ways to begin […]

Figurative language can be tricky for students!  Picture books are the perfect way to introduce your students to figurative language! These activities would be perfect for grades 3 and up to introduce, review, or practice figurative language. This blog post has detailed instructions on the best ways to use fun picture books to break down figurative language. Figurative Language Activity, 6th Grade Reading, Mentor Texts, Language Activities, Word Families, English Words, Picture Books, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension

Teaching Figurative Language with Picture Books

Introducing your students to figurative language can be fun with picture books. Use these figurative language activities to help your students practice.

Do you hate the KWL chart? Me too! That's why I use this RAN Chart with every opportunity I get, because I think it's a much better nonfiction strategy! Click through to read how the RAN - Reading and Analyzing Nonfiction - chart works. Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Resources, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Upper Elementary Resources

A Reading and Analyzing Nonfiction Strategy - The Owl Teacher

Hate the KWL chart? Then you need to check out the RAN Chart, which stands for Reading and Analyzing Nonfiction strategy! It's more robust and helpful!

Be sure you have everything you'll need to get started with word work (word study) in your balanced literacy block. You'll see the best word work tools and a step by step guide on how to get it going in your classroom today! Guided Reading Activities, Guided Reading Lessons, Word Work Activities, Spelling Activities, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Tips, Reading Resources, Literacy Stations

Getting Started with Word Work - Mrs. Richardson's Class

Word Work is an importance part of the balanced literacy approach to reading. See how this teacher does word study in her kindergarten and first grade classroom, see her favorite resources, and grab the freebie!