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Journeys second grade

Mini Lesson: What is a sentence? this is so silly it's bound to stick with students

Follow the class into the Noun Forest, where it rains words! In this episode, kids learn: What are nouns The different types of nouns

Reading comprehension skill/strategy scoops. There are a total of 15 skill/strategies on the cone.

Totally Terrific in Texas: Reading Strategies

Classroom organiation

Getting Organized

Guided Reading Lesson Plan Templates

Guided Reading Lesson Plan Templates

Bingo for Books - What a great idea for family literacy night!! Maybe a whole school idea? Pretty neat! Maybe kids could read a selection from a book they're reading. Neat!

Ms. Fultz's Corner

I used these as a family take-away at literacy night. It helped parents understand how to help their child with inferencing.

Sunny Days in Second Grade: More Inferencing Goodies!

What to Do When You're Done With a Lesson But Not With Class Time

Alternatives to Free Time at the End of Class

Questions to ask about reading.

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Take Home Binders and a Freebie!

SO awesome! Fun classroom ideas for cultivating a positive culture of praise and encouragement!

be a "four star participant" - excellent tool to use during small group instruction!

how a struggling reader's brain works differently {infographic}

We Are Teachers

app for practicing fluency- keeps track of words per minute

K12 Timed Reading Practice

Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!

All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

Close Reading is essential when reading both literature and informational text. This chart of annotation symbols for Close Reading is a must when you're doing close reading! It includes a color and a black white copy. You can use it as an anchor chart, as a poster, or in your students' close reading folder.

Close reading passages on leaves, pumpkins, spiders, bats, owls, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Pilgrims. Open ended questions, questioning to support text, vocabulary word review and definition pages, webs, identifying key elements and key features of texts are all included.

A First for Everything : Close Reads

Somebody~Wanted/Because~But~So~Then Summarizing Strategy Anchor Chart + Free Printable Graphic Organizer

Language Arts Anchor Charts

▶ Introduction to Reading Skills: Main Idea/Topic - Episode 1 - YouTube