In our classroom, we send home many little paper readers for the students to read again and again.
We created these “Reading Skills” and “Reading Strategy” sheets to communicate with parents. After all, re-reading at home will make a huge difference in your students’ school success!
Are you about to start reading the favorite book, "Sarah, Plain and Tall" with your class? Do you have a class set that students will read on their own?
To help my readers with chapter book comprehension, I created these comprehension bookmarks to follow up each chapter. There are nine total boo
I created a book list for guided reading levels Q through Z. This handout will come in handy at open houses, parent teacher conferences, and for your students. Parents often don't know what types of books to get for their child. This list gives a variety of book options to buy or check out at the li
Sending home book bags is a great way to ensure that your students have reading materials at home. Help your parents make the most out of this experience by providing them instructions for how they can engage their child in meaningful conversation about the text at hand. Parents are instructed how
My students struggled with supporting their reading comprehension responses this year. When asked to elaborate on how or why they came to the answer they did, being able to explain their reasoning to me was difficult.
These are bookmarks to remind the students how they can support their reading co
This Nonfiction Scavenger Hunt is perfect for students who have been introduced to nonfiction texts features and are ready to apply their knowledge. This tool can be used for whole group, partners, independent practice, or assessing the student’s understanding.
I have included three pages of nonfic
This is like the Bee letters and numerals product. It is designed to be used in a folder that can be taken home each day for practice as well as for guided reading group time. It helps parents see what we are working on at school and the expectations. It also allows the student to show their
It is difficult to find reading guides for all of the books that you would like your students to read during Guided Reading, Small group reading, etc. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a general reading guide that helped your students to stay focused and engaged in the text without getting too distract
My Fact Checker - Fact/Fiction
Note: Most books of fiction contain factual information. The purpose of this exercise is to look for the facts wherever they may be found in the book read and write them down. Then, the facts will need to be proven through research of some sort, as devised by the teac
This is a work packet/guided reading of the outline of the book "Clara Barton: Angel of the Battlefield" from Time for Kids Biographies. I outlined the whole book and left some of the terms blank. This is meant to guide students in an independent reading of the book.
I used this for my 6th grade s
I created this simple review for my high school Earth Science course. Our students have a middle school Earth Science course, and in high school we go a bit deeper. However, as any teacher knows, sometimes students forget material between grades. This review is a graphic organizer to help student
-Use this conference form to keep your students accountable for their independent reading
Put their name at the top of the box. When you check in with the student, write down little notes on a post it (include name of book, page number and a short summary).
-Each week, you can check in with your s
I send this letter home to tell communicate with my parents and get their help with nightly reading. The letter includes the following:
~ Write in the child's current reading level and their reading level goal.
~ Circle the goal they are working toward: Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, Expand V
This product is designed to help students learn ABCs and 123s quickly! I use it as a study folder in my small guided reading group and then send it home each day for the students to show their parents what they know! It helps communicate expectations about learning letter and number names.
Great Comprehension Card! Students in grades 3 on up need to think critically. They are now reading for meaning! Use this comprehension strategy card to help remind transitional and fluent level readers to think while they are reading.
Passing exams is easy, if the right approaches are adopted.
Practice! Practice!! Practice!!!
That is just the simple key to success
The questions presented in this book are of the IGSCE and WAEC standard.
The solutions were thorougly explained and well worked out. In fact, i got tempted to name th
Teaching ideas for the classic French books about the cheeky, adventurous French boy Nicholas. These are activities suggested for the first book in the series of five.Text by René Goscinny, with illustrations by Jean-Jacques Sempé. Also includes some printables and graphic organisers. Free for a sho