Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

Teaching Ideas

3,292 Pins

Teaching Ideas

  • 3,292 Pins

what your childs teacher wishes you knew

Struggling Readers

Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up! - I Can Teach My Child!


Think Mark Anchor Chart

reading strategy cards... Great to give parents during conferences or curriculum night

Spookley: The Square Pumpkin (Video)

Great game to get students using their decoding skills! Busy Mama & Her Boys: Vowel Digraphs/Talkers Activities Packet

Busy Mama & Her Boys: Vowel Digraphs/Talkers Activities Packet

Reading Response Templates for Any Book: Open-ended sheets for K-2 children, literature and informational texts. $

Using paint strips for main idea and supporting details in reader's notebooks

Conversations in Literacy: Paint Strips: Not Just For Painting!

Great site for anchor chart ideas.

Keeping Charts Close

Guided Reading Videos With Dr. Jan Richardson

This Thanksgiving writing pack FREEBIE features 10 different how-to writings where students write what happens first, next, and last. There are different o...

Thanksgiving How To Writing Pack FREEBIE

Watch America's favorite teacher of guided reading, Jan Richardson, lead targeted lessons that accelerate reading growth for K--2 students. Jan demonstrates ...

The Ultimate Guided Reading Toolkit BUNDLED with Guided Reading Lesson Plans GIVEAWAY!!

FREE Tool for Reading Group Lesson: Sound boxes are a great hands-on way to help your students develop phonological awareness by segmenting words into sounds or syllables. This post has free seasonal sound boxes for you to use with your reading groups.

Looking for a fun and interactive way to teach Parts of Speech? You have just found it! HANDS-ON Parts of Speech! This set of activities will have your students understanding the basic parts of speech in no time. ($)

"Making Words" using sticky notes... I like how it's divided into beginning, middle, and ending sounds... could switch to have blends at the beginning and single consonants at the end... could also add -ed, -s, -es, & -ing... or you could use onsets and rimes... lots of possibilities.

Teacher Bits and Bobs: Making Words

Thought Bubbles - Metacognition Manipulative: This would be great to laminate and then kids could write on it before / during / after reading.

After I gave my students the first Dibels test, I started looking for more fluency activities but couldn't find what I wanted. I began to make these fluency centers. I used them as literacy centers and kept a tub of them in file folders for my early finishers. Loved them! $

Fluency Center - 1st Grade

My kiddos love their guided reading folders! I love to use them for reading at instructional levels, fluency practice, responding to reading & tracking their progress!

kid-friendly syllable rules

The Classroom Key: Kid-Friendly Syllable Rules

SMART Goals for Data Folders I want to post a lot more about this during the school year, but I wanted students to have something to place in their Data Folder about how to set SMART Goals. via iTeach 5th

2 Fulbright Hugs: SMART Goals for Data Folders

2nd Hundred Fry Word VideoFun Fry Word videos!! Children that learn all 1000 Fry Words can read 90% of all written material.

Common Core Boot Camp: RL.3 Character Development with the Analyzing Character Traits Mini Pack $

Corkboard Connections: Graphing Oral Fluency Freebie