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First Grade Reading

Free cause and effect printables for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Day.

Owl-ways Be Inspired: Cause & Effect & A Freebie

Updated Free Reading Management Binder from The Curriculum Corner - AMAZING reading workshop resource for teachers!

Updated Reading Management Binder Free from The Curriculum Corner

Teaching Main Idea Vs. Theme

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Main Idea Vs. Theme

Fountas and Pinnell & NWEA Data Wall great for goal setting with students! Created by my hubby :)

Reading Assessment Board NWEA vs. Fountas and Pinnell K-5

A day in first grade Guided Reading After Spring Break {freebie}

Guided Reading After Spring Break {freebie}

Gearing Up for Guided Reading. FREEBIE Guided Reading Binder to help keep you organized! I use velcro tags for my students names so that I can easily move them from group to group when needed. A couple of October Freebies also in this post!

Making Connections - A display to show connections to your read-alouds

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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

Fluency Folders

One Extra Degree: Fluency Folders

Helpful mnemonic to remember when assessing reading errors

good game for inferencing---link doesn't work, but I like the idea. So ya. Pinned anyway.

Florida Center for Reading Research - Huge online resource with loads of free literacy materials - Not just for Florida teachers!

Books for Comprehension Strategies! This website is a gold mine!!!!

Reading Mentor Texts

Boxed Children's Books 12.99 a box apprx 150 books

Reading Strategy Songs for: Inferring, Visualizing, Making Connections and more! FREEBIE

Compassionate Teacher: Five For Friday and a Freebie!

Excellent Reader's Workshop Mini Lessons sorted by grade level...*****This is AMAZING!!! I LOVE it!

Strategies for tricky words

Kindergarten Sight Words: April 2012

Each child gets a list, a clip board, a pencil, and one flash card (on a headband). Then the students roam around the room reading sight words. They draw a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead, until they figure out which one is on their own head. :)

Hurray for FDK!: Head Hunters Sight Word Game

TEACHERS! This is a great video explaining different parts of a non-fiction book: headings, sub-headings, captions, diagrams, glossary, the difference between fiction and non-fiction etc. The video is 6:32 long.