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I saw this and thought I would try it. I used this touch light during small reading groups, when the light is on students cannot approach me or interrupt. When the light is off they can ask questions which is usually when I transition between groups. My kids loved it and it was only $1.00 at dollar tree!!

Blending & Segmenting Phonemes- build phonemic awareness skills: includes 2 assessments- great for reading groups, literacy centers, and RtI groups

Higher Order Thinking Questions

The BFG by Roald Dahl Reading Group Activity guide. (Powerpoint Maniac)

Best Guided Reading Group Tip Ever- Finger Lights! (Now-- where to find these?)

"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic. The key is to pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher or facilitator collects the papers and redistributes them. Students get to read other responses and reply. The process continues until all of the speech bubbles are completed. At the end, students get to read their classmates' responses. Dialogue

Here's a set of 5 different posters that explain the basic guidelines for students when working in groups.

One student reads the word while two students race to try to smack the bug with the corresponding word. For younger students you can do letters or numbers

Sight word sentence cards. Organize into sets of and put them on rings. Students can read at their seat or in guided reading groups.

Science Idea: States of Matter Book

Great visual!