Friday, February 12, 2016
This quick, daily reading comprehension practice is a great way to keep reading skills sharp. Students read fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and more genres in just a few minutes each day. Close reading, inferences, main idea, and more are covered. There are also weekly checklists to monitor student progress. This is great as a morning bell ringer.Click Here To Access It
Friday, February 5, 2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016
This resource is a life saver. The planning has been done for you. These unique task cards are leveled for your fast finishers. Students can review comprehension skills and reading strategies at their own reading levels. Each guided reading/Lexile level is on each task card. Progress monitoring forms help with keeping track of student performance. Student recording forms are also included. Easily differentiate instruction.
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Kindergarten to 1st Grade Levels
Second to Third Grade Reading Levels
Fourth to Fifth Grade Reading Levels
These fast finisher task cards are great for early finishers!
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Bullying is a serious problem. Discussing ways to end bullying with students is helpful. Below is a link to a free interactive journal insert that students can complete. On the insert, students can discuss strategies they can use to end bullying.
Add this to a book unit about bullying, or use this as a discussion starter during homeroom time.Click Here