Do you teach poetry in your primary classroom? We read and learn a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Children love to read these weekly poems and yours will too! Check out this post and grab a few FREE poems for your classroom.

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Kindergarten Guided/Big Book Reading. This channel has a lot of helpful videos to assist you with guided and big group reading.

Today, I’m sharing some fun pages for teaching Magic e words. You may have seen the white crayon trick where you can color or paint over it to “magically” reveal a hidden word {see my sight word example}. Well, we’re doing that with “magic e” today! If you’re looking for even more silent e/magic e activities for …

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@balancedlitdiet ---> "Poem of the Week" engages students in rhyming, word recognition, and concepts of print with these cute poems!

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This shared reading weekly guide is a great help for getting stared with implementing shared reading!

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Incorporate shared reading and literacy instruction into your group of special education students with the materials for The Little Red Hen, covering vocabulary, sequencing, comprehension, retelling, grammar, reading & writing & word work, and more.This has been written for students with special needs, but is also appropriate for general ed and differentiated learning.What's included?Discussion of shared reading Hierarchy of comprehension questionsCCSS coveredI Can posters for CCSS/ ...

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