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Summer Reading Kit - Designed to help keep students motivated to keep reading all summer long! Directions on how to use each chart is included in easy to read format. Great for parents! #reading #summerreading

You've heard of writing portfolios but how about reading portfolios? Keep track of your students reading adventures throughout the year with this reading portfolio! #TpT #TeacherGems #Reading

I do wonder about the 10%. I learn a lot from reading!

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FREE Summer Vocabulary Chart This freebie is ideal for K-2 students and can easily be integrated into your reading and writing program. www.teacherspayte...

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It's time to put a fun SPIN on reading fluency and word work! Your students will love these engaging and interactive phonics-based fluency reading passages!

Alphabet Apple Trees! Cut, sort and paste the letters. LOVE the different fonts that helps students read letters in a variety of printed and published styles!

These reading conference forms work great before, during, and after conferencing. They can be used to document oral reading and comprehension skills, schedule conference times, plan for future instruction, and gather data. I love to use them as a guide for the conversations I have with students about their reading! $

Must Read: Even Monsters Need Haircuts

Great for teaching visualization - students use a clipboard and paper divided into four sections. Cover the pictures as you read so the students cannot see what the Gruffalo looks like. Have the students draw how they think the Gruffalo look like as you read the story. Once the students finish, read the story to the children again but this time showing them the pictures so they could see if their visualization was close to the pictures.