Organizing Reading Small Groups- Materials, Supplies, & Student Work... Freebie included!
Guided Reading Activities. SO many ideas for small reading groups. Perfect to RTI, guided reading, and centers! This post even includes a FREEBIE sample!
First Grade Reading Intervention
Fluency activities that will engage your students! Turn fluency into a fun reading game with these phonics based fluency sentences. Click to find two ways to print and use for reading practice with kindergarten and first grade. Sentences include CVC words, digraphs, blends, vowel teams, diphthongs, and more!
Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits: Guided Reading
Guided reading fluency sticks: 3 levels to help progress reading and increase fluency for beginning readers in Kindergarten and first grade.
guided reading plans for first grade also available - on tpt
Using file folders as mini-anchor charts; great for differentiated learning and guided reading groups
Guided Reading Questions- Before, During and After- adds for awesome small group discussion! (and the rest of this site has many other great things to offer!)
Teaching Reading - Reading Ideas - Rock Your Fluency - Classroom Organization
My Guided Reading Must Haves
Miss Jacobs' Little Learners: HOW TO SET UP YOUR GUIDED READING AND INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCES
FREE Phonemic Awareness Warm Up Activity for small group reading .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :)
Guided Reading Resource Card FREEBIE
Consonant blends chart: This would be an excellent resource to have on display in the classroom. Before hanging this chart/poster up in the classroom, you could use this as a learning tool for a phonics mini-lesson. The students could then look back at this chart for reference when trying to remember and recognize blends.
Reading Intervention Binder for First Grade
This post describes the must-have components for a guided reading lesson and gives details about how to implement them! Great ideas for Kindergarten, first grade, or second grade guided reading.
Love this idea for grouping students. You can move students around when you need too. If your using ability grouping you can see where they started and how much they have grown.
Anne- I would have these in a Pre-K or Kindergarten writing center for students to work on their spelling and writing. =ISBEELS- 4.C.ECe With teacher assistance, blend sounds (phonemes) in one-syllable words (e.g., /c/ /a/ /t/ = cat).
The "Sneaky Y!" -- how The Secret Stories looks in the classroom. www.thesecretstories.com
What should my child read? How do I know if it will be too easy or too hard? These are common questions among homeschool parents. Fortunately, the answers are right at your fingertips!
Guided reading organization does not have to be hard! I love how she keeps everything organized for her groups!