Make Planning for Shared Reading or Readalouds a Cinch!
When you are working on a certain set of skills/strategies, print out small cards with questions to ask students. Use paperclips to clip them in read aloud or shared reading books. This saves time because you can copy the same questions for re-use!
Make Planning for Shared Reading or Readalouds a Cinch! - Learning at the Primary Pond
Word work ideas: each pencil case has a different way to practice spelling words. Spelling words houses in one locations. Students choose word list, grab a pencil case, and practice words. Only have to change the word lists.
Guided Reading Weekly Planning Guide -- this includes forms for classrooms with 4 or 5 reading groups. It's a one page document that enables you to have a week-at-a-glance planning guide for all of your guided reading groups. This has been a lifesaver in my organization and planning for guided reading this year! I don't know why I didn't make this form 7 years ago!
LOVE THIS!!! This teacher holds a "reading raffle" and students enter their tickets in the bins with the book they most want to win. :} Tickets earned through behavior and responsibility... Hold the raffle once a month...
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