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I'm a big believer in readers seeing words in context to help them become better readers. By focusing on figuring out challenging words within text, students improve their abilities as continue reading
I remember being so excited when the school I was working at a few years ago decided to go 1:1. I love technology and was looking forward to implementing it continue reading
I've stressed this from the very beginning of my blog writing days and I will continue to do so! It's so important that readers feel like they are part of continue reading
I'm on an organizing roll here with creating covers etc for all my guided reading passages! This is the last set I had to do, woohoo!! In this free download continue reading
Taking the time to get kids excited about reading is essential to creating a community of readers in your classroom. This can be done all day, every day in your continue reading
As someone who has taught A LOT of Guided Reading lessons in my teaching career, I know the importance of that time with readers. It can be so meaningful where continue reading
There are so many different ways to organize your Guided Reading materials. I love using a binder to keep all the materials in one spot. Inside each binder are all continue reading
It always helps to feel organized and prepared ahead of time when it comes to Guided Reading groups! Knowing how important organization is, I'm happy to say that I now continue reading
I love how eager readers are to take home their reading folders. It's proof that excitement about reading is contagious! They just want to run home and share their reading continue reading
Let me tell you- I LOVE writing stories for readers! The last few months I've been enjoying creating leveled non fiction guided reading passages. I've learned so much from creating continue reading