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Make your life easier with these popular checklists... These Guided Reading Checklists are adapted from Fountas’ and Pinnell’s Continuum of Literacy Learning. They are designed to provide information about each reading level so that teachers can make informed decisions about what to teach students during guided reading and what to observe and assess. **A continuum of reading behaviors, not specific steps, can be found on these checklists.

20 Easy reader books and series for kids learning to read. These are actually easy.

Easy Reader Books That Are Actually Easy

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Book Bins in Kindergarten, Organized for Use with Manipulatives + Puppets

Organization in The Classroom

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vocabulary word walls

Conversations in Literacy: Vocabulary Walls

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READ the simple story and show comprehension by SEQUENCING the pictures!! FUN, interactive and engaging!

Searching for the perfect beginning readers can be a challenge. These are our family's favorite beginning readers for Kindergarten and 1st grade.

My Top Choice Homeschool Beginning Readers - Not Consumed

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Joyful Learning In KC: Word Work Making Words

Joyful Learning In KC: Word Work Making Words

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Education to the Core: 10 Things You Have To Know When You Teach Reading

Joyful Learning In KC: Thinking Maps Thursday

Joyful Learning In KC: Thinking Maps Thursday

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**FREE** Details that show rather than tell chart. Click the link to access this freebie.

Easy reader books and series for kids learning to read. These are actually easy!

Easy Reader Books That Are Actually Easy

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Fluency Running Records for Fluency Passages

Second Grade Nest: Zoofluency

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11 Alternatives to "Round Robin" (and "Popcorn") Reading

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Read and Sequence! Simple stories for beginning and/or struggling readers with a cut and paste SEQUENCING activity! TONS of great resources!

Jan Brett Author Study *The kids will LOVE this flip book! Lots of great author study ideas $

A Place Called Kindergarten: character traits in kindergarten

A Place Called Kindergarten: character traits in kindergarten

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toss tell and take 2

toss tell and take 2

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Character and setting anchor chart in kindergarten

Useful for Unit 1. Life in First Grade: Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

adjectives My students LOVE when we read the "pigeon" books. I try my best to be in character and they love it. I saw this and can't wait to use it! Describing vibrant characters like the pigeon will "lock it in" for my students - H

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: patterns

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Super cute. Did it back in December with the mouse from "If You Take a Mouse to the Movies." Kids loved decorating "popcorn" to list adjectives to describe his personality and appearance! my version > www.greatfirstgra...

Pencils, Glue, & Tying Shoes: Chrysanthemum

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For students to better understand the main characters of the story, the could create an illustration of the character with his traits on the outside as well as the inside. Teachers can see what the students picked up during the story about the main characters by having them complete this activity. On this website there are examples and printables for characters of stories.

Eberhart's Explorers: Character Analysis: Officer Buckle Style!

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Teacher Trap: Understanding Characters

Teacher Trap: Understanding Characters

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