Reading and Literacy Centers
After 17 years of teaching, I've experimented with many ways to keep data and lessons for guided reading.These cards are the result of many years o...
Where's the bear? Sight word practice!
Pete the Cat Freebie You Get What You Get Updated
I got the idea HERE and modified it by attaching a magnet to the back of each stick so Reuben can do the puzzles on the cookie sheet. (I just used a large roll of magnet tape and cut it into tiny strips. I’m thinking I might need to go back and reinforce the magnets with a little hot glue. We’ll see…) I found all of the animal pictures in the images of Word.
Tons and tons of word work ideas
Sight word walk... how far can you go without missing a word? Very cute and I think I want to do this in my room! :)
Popcorn words: Have the children pick and word, read it and then highlight (butter) the piece of popcorn that has the corresponding word. You can laminate these and use a yellow dry erase marker.
How to pick a book to help children involve themselves in texts they will enjoy. I feel people often lose their love of reading because they forget that you can read simply for the sake of reading. This can help students remember that they can select books that they will enjoy and they will be engaged in.