This guided reading schedule makes it simple for you to know what to do during each guided reading lesson.

Structuring a Guided Reading Lesson

Guided reading charts for kindergarten - this is something I wish I would've done earlier in my teaching career...

Handy Guided Reading Mats for Kindergarten Groups

Guided reading charts for kindergarten - this is something I wish I would've done earlier in my teaching career...

My guided reading binder needs to be organized in order for me to grab lesson plans and take guided reading group notes in seconds. We've just looked at 4 steps to create a guided reading binder now let's keep it organized with these 6 simple recommendations.

Organizing Your Guided Reading Binder - 6 Simple Ways

My guided reading binder needs to be organized in order for me to grab lesson plans and take guided reading group notes in seconds. We've just looked at 4 steps to create a guided reading binder now let's keep it organized with these 6 simple recommendations.

Eye Spy: Hands on fun for Guided Reading and more!  Check all of the goodies I found on my shopping trips that make learning fun.

Eye Spy: Hands on fun for Guided Reading and more!

Eye Spy: Hands on fun for Guided Reading and more! Check all of the goodies I found on my shopping trips that make learning fun.

Alphabet Fluency: Where It Fits into the Fluency Continuum & Why Alphabet Fluency is Essential

Alphabet Fluency: Where It Fits into the Fluency Continuum & Why Alphabet Fluency is Essential (Hello Literacy)

Working with struggling readers in the early years!  Easy strategies you can use to take the tension off your students and make your instruction more effective from #SimplyKinder!

Working with Struggling Readers in the Early Years

Working with struggling readers in the early years! Easy strategies you can use to take the tension off your students and make your instruction more effective from #SimplyKinder!

New Ways to Use Reading A to Z

New Ways to Use Reading A to Z

This post by Comprehension Connection shares unique ways to use the projectable feature of Reading A-Z. Practice decoding skills, rhyme, concept of word, summarizing, and using text features. Great for primary and upper elementary

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