FREE Printable Leveled reading books: uses small-group instruction and developmentally appropriate books called leveled books. This approach recognizes that a wide range of reading ability exists within any grade level or age group, and that reading at the appropriate levels ensures success.
This is the ULTIMATE GUIDE to the BEST children's books for teaching math in primary! Perfect for teachers wanting to children's literature into math lessons. Read more for 4 reasons why and how-to suggestions. Includes a FREE printable book guide to the
This is a handy chart to easily convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR levels with grade level equivalencies as well as reading development stages. The color coding is a system I used to label my books in first grade and found it especially handy when I was a reading specialist.
I would use this to introduce a new story from our reading book, a free reading title I read aloud, or for reading groups. This worksheet provides a great summary aspect but chunks work as well. Students are able to find what they need when it come up.
Teaching Sight Words The bottom-line purpose for learning sight words is to recognize those same word in text. We have many students who can identify words on flashcards, but then when they come across the same word in a book, are just at a loss. It’s very important to incorporate actual reading into your teaching sessions.
Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Bookmarks (FREE) Based on the book Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies by Beers and Probst, I created colorful bookmarks with the five signposts, signpost definition, text focus, and question on them. The bookmarks are one-sided, but are meant to be cut in half and then folded in half to create a front and back.