Guided Reading (and More) Ideas and Resources

Do you need a new idea for guided reading? How about literature circles? Maybe you just need reading resources in general. If so, you've come to the right place! Lots of freebies and some great paid resources too will help you add a little "spice" and excitement into your reading instruction!
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Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Reading Fluency - aligned with 1st - 3rd CCSS

Reading Fluency - aligned with 1st - 3rd CCSS

Teach Your Child to Read - - tips for teaching elementary school: Reading Fluency - aligned with - CCSS Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Understanding cause and effect is not only important in reading, but in daily life! Find five great ways to help students understand this concept, as well as four pages of freebies to help you teach it today!

Cause and Effect: 5 Ways to Make Sure Your Students "Get" it!

These 4th grade anchor charts reinforce concepts for reading, science, math, behavior management, environmentalism, and more!

Just 23 Totally Perfect 4th Grade Anchor Charts

How to Cure the Classroom Library Blues: Checkout Systems that Work! Read about traditional and technology options for book checkout systems. Part of Laura Candler's Advice from Real Teachers series.

How to Cure the Classroom Library Blues

Ideas to manage a parent lending library. How to Cure the Classroom Library Blues: Checkout Systems that Work! Read about traditional and technology options for book checkout systems. Part of Laura Candler's Advice from Real Teachers series.

Grouping students for reading instruction can be challenging. Here are some tips on how to effectively group students using assessment data.

Group Students for Small Group Reading

Group students for reading instruction by using assessment data to drill down and see each students' area of focus.

Learn how the best teachers teach reading. It's all about the seven best practices in reading instruction! #readinginstruction

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Reading Instruction!

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Reading Instruction! "These are some good skills and concepts that teachers should be touching on, whether they're being taught explicitly or not.

Even if your school is loaded with guided reading materials, sometimes you just want something different, something special and something that really grabs the kids' attention. Read this first in a series of six guided reading posts to find great links to LOTS of guided reading materials.

Searching for Guided Reading Materials!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Searching for Guided Reading Materials! Find out where to get more guided reading materials to really get those kids reading! This is the first of six guided reading posts filled with ideas and freebies!

Free Pizza Phonics Game~ This is a fun way to review long and short vowel sounds.  A printable box is also included to store the pizza toppings.

Free Pizza Phonics Game~ This is a fun way to review long and short vowel sounds. A printable box is also included to store the pizza toppings.

Are you looking for fluency intervention programs, but aren't sure where to start? Here is a list of effective programs proven to strengthen fluency. Use them with your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade classroom or home school students.

Are you looking for fluency intervention programs, but aren't sure where to start? Here is a list of effective programs proven to strengthen fluency. Use them with your Kindergarten, or grade classroom or home school students.

Growth Mindset Activities and freebies

Growth Mindset in Reading

Dragon's Den Curriculum: MONSTROUS Nouns Freebie!

MONSTEROUS Nouns Freebie!

This fun freebie makes learning nouns much easier than petting a hungry monster! Quick and easy min-lessons make it easy for teachers too! This freebie includes: Teacher notes with mini-lesson ideas and grading key Three worksheet pages Chomp-A-Noun

5 Ways to Hold Students Accountable in Reading - This blog post shares five simple but effective ways to hold readers accountable. Includes FREE forms.

5 Ways to Hold Students Accountable in Reading

5 Ways to Hold Students Accountable in Reading - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

Looking to get your students even more invested in a book? If there's a movie version of the book, then do an activity comparing the book to the movie! This blog post shares some guiding questions and links to a FREE worksheet you can download and use in your classroom.

Comparing the Book to the Movie

Looking to get your students even more invested in a book? If there's a movie version of the book, then do an activity comparing the book to the movie! This blog post shares some guiding questions and links to a FREE worksheet you can download and use in your classroom.

This fun freebie makes learning about verbs fun and easy! Quick min-lessons make it easy for teachers too! This freebie includes: Teacher notes with mini-lesson ideas and grading key Three worksheet pages Chomp-A-Verb Chomping Verbs

This fun freebie makes learning about verbs fun and easy! Quick min-lessons make it easy for teachers too! This freebie includes: Teacher notes with mini-lesson ideas and grading key Three worksheet pages Chomp-A-Verb Chomping Verbs

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