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Are your students getting the most out of their independent reading work time? Would you like to give them purposeful activities that increase all areas of their reading abilities? If so, differentiated reading workstations are just what you need!
The following unit has been created to meet the five core components of reading: phonics, phonemes, fluency, comprehension and vocabulary through research based reading instruction. It has been differentiated to help you meet the needs of all of your students. Students will have no idea that the pages are differentiated when you explain to them that they are different so that everyone does their own work instead of copying from someone. Each activity should be given to students on their independent level. They should be able to read the directions, problem solve and have fun learning without teacher assistance. Included in the unit are engaging fall topics, games, crafts and hands-on fun that will make your students ask for more each week all while making your administration pleased that students are engaged in purposeful reading activities.
Engaging hands-on resource includes:
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I will be adding a total of 30 workstations to my store in the future. If you choose to buy every work station, then your students will have independently worked through informational, literature, foundational and language standards meeting their grade level benchmark. Perfect for i-Ready
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