Guided reading lesson plans and books for Level G, comprehension and writing resources, phonics activities, decoding strategy visuals, lesson plan templates, assessment tools, and more!
Guided reading is a powerful instructional routine for teaching literacy, but planning for it can take a long time.
You want to keep things fresh for your students, but it's difficult to remember what activities you've already done with each group.
Sometimes you run out of ideas to engage your students. Sometimes you just aren't sure what to teach next.
This resource pack takes the tediousness and guesswork out of planning for guided reading!
It includes over 400 pages of resources that are clearly and carefully organized, so that you can find exactly what you need in a snap.
The materials in this resource pack will enable you to:
- Cut down on the amount of time you spend planning for guided reading
- Engage your students with a variety of meaningful activities
- Appropriately challenge your students and move them to higher reading levels
- Keep track of the skills you teach each student across time
- Learn more about what skills and strategies are essential for students whose instructional reading level is G
Here's what's included:
- Clear written and video instructions
- 5 complete guided reading lessons and books for level G (for single sided or double sided printing)
- Printable and editable lesson plan templates so you can make your own additional plans for your own books
- Running record forms, level-specific checklists, and anecdotal note forms for assessment
- Decoding and fluency strategy posters, cards, and menus for visually reinforcing strategies
- Comprehension prompts, questions, posters, cards, and sentence starters for discussions
- Printable activities for word study
- Writing resources
- Printable and editable forms to help you track the skills you teach each guided reading group
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By: Learning At The Primary Pond