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Ideas and information to help parents and teachers teach children just learning to read, blog posts, ALL FREE, priced products will be removed as of June 18, 2014. This board began as all free. *This board is mentioned in PINTEREST SAVVY by Melissa Taylor* Although this is a collaborative board, we are not accepting new members at this time. Photos of products in use make the best pins, please do not pin the tiny covers from online stores or images with no link, thanks!

8 easy ways to teach numbers and letters

"It's Rigor, Not Rigor Mortis" A Short Reflection from Notice and Note.

Fluency Breakthrough! A new strategy for reading and comprehending dialogue. #thereadingtutorog

Great selection of children's books that teach positive character values!

Contractions Foldable

Free Interactive Consonant and Vowel Charts!

Free worksheets to develop pencil control and strengthen pincer grip.

This is a great resource to share with parents to help them understand how to choose books for their beginning readers. It's an easy to read guide with ideas for books for readers Kindergarten - 2nd grade. Busykidshappymom.org

Free online books for beginning readers! This is a wonderful collection of books from different genres, with vibrant illustrations and easy to read text. Just a perfect resource for beginning readers!

Free retelling checklists for buddy reading and for self checking ~ How clever!

Alphabet Playdough Mats (FREE Printable Mats) ~ Open-Ended Playdough Mats for every letter of the Alphabet ~ GREAT for teaching letter sounds and working on fine motor, too! | This Reading Mama

Wonderful video to teach and review consonant blends. Blends reviewed in this video are bl, cl, cr, pl, pr, gl, gr, fl, fr, dr, tr, tw, sc, sk, sp, st, squ, sl, sm, sn, sw, nt, nd.

Phonercise By Dr. Jean: A complete phonics workout! Great way to teach phonics with movement!

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ word sorting with paper is so hands-on. Why not add some LEGO bricks to the mix? | This Reading Mama