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Do you have an adult in your room to help you during literacy centers or another small group time? (Perhaps this is an aide, paraprofessional, or volunteer?) Do you wonder what to do to effectively utilize them? Look no further!
Just pull up some of your class poems or nursery rhymes and get started with this list! Keep it posted near your activboard so the adult can ask a wide variety of questions and have the students show what they know based on their individual ability levels.
I would highly recommend laminating this sheet so you can mark specific skills you would like to be addressed. This way your adult "helper" is not randomly guessing from the activities listed.
This sheet could also be sent home with students' families. This would allow the parents/guardians to know what skills to have their youngest learners work on while reading.
This works well for the SmartBoard, Promethean Board, or even a good ol’ fashioned whiteboard or chalkboard. Give it to the adult in your room, whether that’s a student teacher, parent volunteer, paraprofessional, aide, or even another teacher!
Some of the 22 activities included are:
There is just one page with 22 prompts, but there are four options to print. One has just the 22 prompts with nothing else. The second has the 22 prompts with a border. The last two are replicates of the first two - but they also give you three lines to add your own options as well.
And you also get an editable version so you can make any changes that would work best for your students.
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