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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
You know those books we loved to read as kids where you got to choose your own adventure? Well, What Should Danny Do? by Ganit & Adir Levy is an continue reading
Just last week I attended the Scholastic Book Fair and I have to say those book fairs will always hold a special place in my heart! Ever since I went continue reading
Most schools use a benchmark Fluency assessment system three times a year, as well as some form of progress monitoring throughout the year. My little readers always got so frustrated continue reading
It's only taken me 3 years since I began creating my leveled Guided Reading passages to do this, but... I finally have binder covers and spines to help keep your continue reading
Oh how I love reading new stories! I was excited to check out these brand new stories from Innovation Press. They are both wonderfully written, in engaging formats, that readers continue reading
Everyone knows how much I love books. I love writing stories, reading for pleasure or to gain knowledge and of course, reading to and with my readers. I get so continue reading
I know this month is halfway over, but I wanted to provide just a few literacy ideas that are perfect for February, winter or I guess any time really! I've continue reading
January 27th is Multicultural Children's Book Day! I'm here to share with you one very meaningful book that is a great resource for any classroom.Book info:Title: Daddy, There's a Noise continue reading
Do you still have some little readers who just can't seem to comprehend much while they read? Actually paying attention to the story and understanding it doesn't come easy to continue reading