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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
I can't believe it's already April! I know some teachers haven't even had Spring Break yet, while others have just a few weeks left of school. Either way, it's still continue reading
When working in Guided Reading groups, it's important to regularly check in on your readers to ensure they're making progress. This is true for readers at the earliest levels to continue reading
Every year when March 1st hits, I also want spring to immediately be here, but that rarely actually happens by us! Regardless of the cold temps outside, I still like continue reading
I'm a big believer in getting kids engaged to keep them learning! Phonics/word work activities can become a little dull for readers as they're simply repeating the same thing over continue reading
Happy February! I hope your month is off to a good start, after a long January! Since it's a new month- time to switch out the sight word chart! You can continue reading

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 Elementary educators who love to create engaging resources and provide ideas for other teachers! 

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