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Guided Reading: Daily ideas on how to structure a small reading group

The Bubbly Blonde: Guided Reading

Guided Reading: Daily ideas on how to structure a small reading group

Mother Goose visited our classroom - we knew because of all of the feathers! She left us each a letter telling us that she was challenging us to learn all of her rhymes! Today she left us a candlestick and wondered if we could "jump it". Repeat the rhyme with each child's name when they jump and take a picture of each student for a class book.

The mother load of RTI interventions...mainly for K-2 skill level learners

Preschool Printables: Free Super Hero Sticks...can use as pointers to track print during reading small groups

Preschool Printables: Free Super Hero Sticks

This file is a 17 page download for directions on leading a close reading group with elementary students. This file talks you through 8 steps for your students to use while reading slowly and closely with a book. Included you will find the following: $2.99

Have children create a bracelet using a green bead for the beginning, a red bead for the ending and 3 or more other beads for the middle. As children retell a story have them slide a bead from left to right for the beginning and then another bead for each story component. With younger children I would use three detail (middle beads) however, you may wish to increase the number with older students. - Repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Diary of a Pig after reading Charlotte's Web using Diary of a Spider/Worm/Fly as examples. What an awesome way to teach point of view, voice, style, and so much more!

Pigeon: Impossible Wordless film. Great for inferring right from the get go...Infer the setting, the profession of the man, what might happen, character feelings based on actions and expressions...really good.

My Poetry Workstations: Students can copy the weekly poem displayed or choose a poem from the poetry binders, they can illustrate, highlight rhyming words, read poetry, practice reading for fluency. My students copy their work into their poetry journals which sit in a bin beside the workstation.