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Staar Reading Strategies!!

Summarizing strategy somebody wanted but so then anchor chart 2nd grade

Second Grade Nest: Close Reading in the Classroom

Second Grade Nest: Close Reading in the Classroom

Literacy Center Ideas

Literacy Center Ideas | Playful in Primary

this blog post has SO many tips to organize your classroom library

MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

The Teacher in Me: Main Idea and Supporting Details Fun Activity

12 Ways to Motivate Reluctant Readers

Corkboard Connections: 12 Ways to Motivate Reluctant Readers

comprehension strategies anchor chart

Buzzing with Ms. B: Anchor Chart Linky Party! *Freebie Repost

Writing a Summary Graphic Organizer: Students write details on the lines as they read and then write one sentence inside the diamond after they read.

One Extra Degree: Summaries vs. Retellings FREEBIE!

Anchor Chart: What do Good Readers Do! Love that the strategies as well as reading "tools" are included in this anchor chart!

Ms. Third Grade: anchor chart

Alphabet worksheets for beginning sound and ending sound identification. Great for Letter-of-the-Week formatted classrooms.

Beginning Sounds : (Ending Sounds Too)

Sunny Days in Second Grade: classroom set up

Sunny Days in Second Grade: Show and Tell - Your Room!

Are you using Interactive Notebooks in your classroom? Need a more interesting and engaging way to go over rules and procedures on the first days of class? This product is a variety of Interactive Notebook templates and foldables for class rules, procedures, norms, goal setting, and tips for success - use in any subject area! I suggest making this a 2-pg left and right side spread in your composition books. Teach students how to set up their notebooks & proper gluing while going over the basics.

Laura Candler's Read Aloud Tips and Strategies -For grades 2-5. Read aloud book suggestions and activities for students to do as you read or after reading.

Read Aloud Tips and Strategies

student data organizer and assessment sheets

a year of many firsts: Let’s Start at the Very Beginning!


Who's Who and Who's New: Fluency

Everything you need for Guided Reading {for children reading between an A-H level}

A day in first grade: Guided Reading Made Easy

Robert Munsch reads all of his stories aloud on his official site!

The Official Website of Robert Munsch

Read about my journey getting my son help with learning to read. You have these kids in your class - no phonemic awareness, can't follow directions, things just don't stick.

Bring your read alouds to life! Do something fun to get students involved in the book.

Secondgradealicious: End of the School Year Part 2!

Reader's Workshop Series - Balancing Accountability and Choice