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One thing I always have in my guided reading baskets is a whole bunch of post it notes. I use all sorts of post it notes- regular size, mini tabs continue reading
I posted this freebie a long time ago, but I never really blogged about it, so I'm doing that today...hopefully just in time as everyone heads back to school!I love continue reading
I love new technology...I also love being organized, guided reading and all things that keep me on track to make my readers as successful as possible.  I am thrilled to continue reading
I'm so excited to share my newest set of Guided Reading Passages packs! I've had many requests for levels above M for quite a long time and since my 3rd continue reading
I've been doing a lot of reading this summer, which I love! When asked, I generally tell people I don't have a preference of reading on my iPad/Kindle versus an continue reading
A few weeks ago I noticed that some of my earliest readers were still struggling with letter recognition. I know this happens every year, but this year it has been continue reading
We all know that one key component to students being successful in school is having parents who are involved. I believe this to be especially true in the area of continue reading
Well some days recently it has felt like spring, but other days not so much. So until spring actually comes to stay around here, my little readers are enjoying spring continue reading
I've said this many times and will repeat it again- learning to read is HARD! As we know, some kids learn very easily with little effort while others need frequent, continue reading
Word work can be a challenge to plan for when meeting with a variety of leveled reading groups. I try to use the same resources for my lower leveled groups continue reading