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Your Not So Typical Titles For many students, October is all about Halloween. Are you looking for some new books to add into your rotation for the month? I came up continue reading
Guided Reading Must Haves When leading a Guided Reading lesson, it's important to make the most of the short amount of time you have with your readers. The more prepared ahead continue reading
Literacy Resources for October In order to keep readers engaged month after month, it's important to switch out materials being used. In this post, you'll find some freebies to help readers continue reading
Letter Name Recognition Some readers have a tough time identifying letter names. Others have a tough time remembering specific letters. The more readers practice stating the name of letters, the better continue reading
Engaging Word Work If you’re looking to switch up your word work routines this year, I’ve got a Top 5 List for you which hopefully will add some new pep to continue reading
Why You Need Fluency Activities Fluency includes a variety of components making it an incredibly important aspect of any balanced literacy program. When students are working on fluency, they're improving their continue reading
The Importance of Engaging Readers in Comprehension Readers always need to practice their comprehension.  Whether working independently, in small groups or in a whole class setting during a read aloud, comprehension continue reading
As the year truly begins to wind down for many, I've got a few resources and freebies that will help keep your readers engaged for the remaining weeks of school. continue reading
You know how challenging it can be to wait a student out when they're trying to figure out a word?? Well, there's a good reason to actually just WAIT: Readers continue reading
Some students really have a tough time remembering particular sight words. Whether reading in context, or alone, some words just don't stick with them. The more opportunities readers have to continue reading