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Reading Intervention Program for Fountas and Pinell Levels H-K! This resource includes daily intervention lessons for a month! It includes 20 fluency passages, targeted comprehension, word work, and vocabulary for each day. It also includes progress monitoring line graphs, bar graphs, and so much more!! ($)

Reading Intervention Program for Big Kids: Set One Levels H-K

Figurative Language - This video is probably my favorite. The person who put it together is a teacher, and his sense of humor is obvious with the use of calmer music, etc. My students laughed so hard throughout the entire thing...and I teach 9th/10th grade, so that's saying a lot!

Building a Responsive Classroom in Second Grade

Building a Responsive Classroom in Second Grade

I Hate Reading: what this means and how parents can help. Great tips for engaging kids in reading.

I Hate Reading | Parents |

FREEBIE Reading Fluency Progress Trackers-- Improve fluency and get students involved in self-monitoring their reading. Give students a one-minute timed cold read. Have them chart the words read per minute. Then, practice re-reading. Finally, time them again for their one-minute hot read, and chart that number. A Peach for the Teach


These is a really cute idea. I love that it is a craft and a literacy activity.

This lesson is a series of writing activities to help teach point of view. Students worked with the teacher to create an anchor chart of definitions and pronouns for each point of view. One activity uses pictures in the center of the page with five sections for students to write in different point of views (for example first person). There are suggests for differentiation on the website. It would be easy to help motivate students to write with a picture about a topic they enjoy.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View

Great post about tone and mood in literature

Using text-based evidence to answer questions in a passage

Across the Hall in 2nd: Bundled Comprehension: Win It!!

Teaching My Friends!: Prefixes! Roots! Suffixes! Oh My!

Teaching My Friends!: Prefixes! Roots! Suffixes! Oh My!

Two of EverythingJourneys Unit 6 Lesson 29Second GradeSupplement MaterialsCommon Core alignedPg. 3-4 Vocabulary in Context copy pages A and B back to back fold on the solid lines and cut on the dotted lines - write a sentence and draw a picture for each vocabulary wordPg. 5 Two Spelling Words!

Two of Everything Journeys Unit 6 Lesson 29 2nd Gr. Supplement Materials

Two of Everything

A Common Core Writing Assignment

Two of Everything by Lily Toy Hong, Lily Toy Tong

Two of Everything: Lily Toy Hong, Lily Toy Tong: 9780807581575: Books

Two of Everything

Two of Everything Comprehension Test and Vocabulary Page

Two of Everything Comprehension Test and Vocabulary Page

Two of everything

writing activity for OPINION .... read (or watch the video - link in this blog) Duck or Rabbit? Kids choose which one and then provide 3 supporting facts for their opinion.

fact and opinion foldable

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Shark Week Blog Hop and Freebie....My Shark Week freebie is a quick and easy interactive notebook activity for students to use when they are distinguishing between fact and opinion. The activity includes statements about sharks for students to sort into fact or opinion pockets that are glued into their notebook. It would also make a great station or small group activity...

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Shark Week Blog Hop and Freebie

Fact or Opinnion Card Sort from The Curriculum Cormer

Fact or Opinion Sorting Cards & Other Activities

Fact and Opinon Penguin. Part of 20 Literacy Centers and Activities pack.

Free Activities for Fact and Opinion!!

Using Pictures to Teach Key Reading Skills: fact and opinion, cause and effect, main idea, and so on