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Reading Activities

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Things Readers Consider When Choosing Books

FREE Phoneme Counting Cards ~ helps kids LISTEN for and COUNT phonemes in words | This Reading Mama

5 Simple Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension {from Pre-K and beyond} | This Reading Mama

How can thoughtful parents nurture a love of reading while doing the hard work of teaching their dyslexic kids how to read?

If your child struggles to sound out words or blend the sounds together, these 5 Tips for Helping Kids Sound Out Words may help! | This Reading Mama

Printable Reading Log and how we are using it to support our early reader.

beginning letter sounds game learning to read

questioning to improve reading comprehension. . . in a sneaky, anyone-can-do-it kind of way | great for read-alouds

10 Things Struggling Readers Need ~ helpful advice and tips for teaching struggling readers | This Reading Mama

A fun way to improve reading skills is by playing reading games. And many of these reading games are free!

Mint Tin Book Report - book reports have never been so fun!

  • Debra

    Awesome idea!

such a great idea --> Punctuation Hunt!

How do you know if your child is ready to read? Here are five reading readiness signs plus a FREE printable list! | This Reading Mama

Making Inferences not Predictions

  • Ess Martin
    Ess Martin

    Where is this on Tumblr? I have reviewed pages of posts and cannot find it. Even with my readers, I'm unable to make out some of the text and desperately want to incorporate this into my next week's lessons. Thanks for the inspiration!

Sometimes we unintentionally discourage our kids from reading. It’s hard to believe, but it’s true. Here’s what not to do — and why.

Here is a long list of the best chapter books for fourth grade 9-year old boys and girls that I have reviewed and recommend.

Teacherific: DIY Whisper Phone directions

You don't need to be a teacher to do this what a simple reading game! You can use your child's favorite book as a vehicle for word recognition. Great for sight word practice.

  • Arlene Sandberg-LMN Tree
    Arlene Sandberg-LMN Tree

    What a great idea!

Dr.Seuss Day FREE Printable. Great Cat in the hat activity for elementary aged kids. Perfect after school activity served up with some green eggs and ham!

These bookmarks are great to pass out to your students when teaching blends, short vowel sounds and diagraphs. Learning these sounds with a picture helps your students make real connections and is a super important learning tool that I am sure you will find helpful in your classroom.

  • Silvia Gonzalez
    Silvia Gonzalez

    I really love these bookmarks.


    Where can you get them?