Kindergarten- Guided Reading

Kindergarten- Guided Reading

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How to Make the Most of Your Guided Reading Lessons by First Grade Garden

How to Make the Most of Your Guided Reading Lessons

Guided Reading Binder Freebie. Use velcro to change out the student names.


Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Station Signs Freebie (go along with the Deb Diller pocket chart/signs)

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Station Signs Freebie and a Giveaway

Beat the drum for every syllable in the picture

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Guided reading plan

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$6 stools from Ikea, spray painted in fun colors. Fun alternative to chairs at a teacher table!

Sugar and Spice: My 2013-2014 First Grade Classroom Reveal!!

More ideas for supporting guided writing during small group instruction (and keeping a notebook of work)... like the idea of using the sticker dots to count sounds and then write letters.

Mrs Jump's class: Search results for guided reading

Fluency Practice Fun and a Sale! Blog from First Grade Parade. Looks like I can adapt some of these ideas for second grade!

The First Grade Parade: Fluency Fun and a Sale!

The Big Box of Phonics Activities. 550 picture cards/activities for teaching basic phonics concepts. Common Core aligned.

Phonics Activities on the Go!

These whimsical polka dot labels come in 2 sizes and 3 colors. Print and laminate, or print on shipping labels. Easy to color code the fiction and nonfiction bins in your library. Easy to label by theme, Reading Level, and Number! Receive free downloads of updated versions as I add labels to this collection!

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FREE! Long and Short Vowel Sorts. Create frog and toad containers, or use the sorting mats. Includes long and short vowel cards with pictures AND words without pictures.

Frog and Toad Freebie!

Fun little hands-on activity for teaching students to blend. Great for centers!

Phonemic Awareness Activities – Just Grab and Go!

Guided Reading Planning Sheets- freebie

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The Injury Digraphs: ow and ou band-aids. :)

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FREE word family fluency passages! Great for building confidence and fluency in early readers!

Fluency Passages for Early Readers - SAMPLER

Fluency practice by The First Grade Parade

The First Grade Parade

Great for word work!

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Guided Reading Bags (scheduled via

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Teaching about character traits

Teaching Character Traits in Reading

alphabet activities. LETTER RECOGNITION put letters in a bag they cannot look into. a student will reach into a bag, and place the letter on the board. Students will cross out or highlight the letter that was chosen.

Mrs. Bremer's Class: alphabet activities

My go-to website for Reading Street and all things kindergarten

Shelby County Schools Kindergarten Kove

Ask this student BEFORE interrupting me during reading groups or other small group instruction. This gives the students wearing the visors a leadership opportunity that most take very seriously.

Crayons & Lesson Plans

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

These Alpha Punchers are great for your literacy centers, your small group instruction or even as an assessment tool to see if your students have mastered the letters you have taught.

Alpha Punchers - Alphabet Sound Punch Cards

A creative idea to teach alphabets to your kids without them knowing! Ask them to feed the monster an "a" if they put in the wrong letter shake it around ad have him spit it back out then ask them to try again

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