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    Eight Ideas to Make Reading Enjoyable for Kids - See more at #MomMinded

    Kindergarteners and first graders can learn so much from partner reading! Read this post for 5 activities that go beyond taking turns reading.

    These FREE Short Vowel Roll and Read Games make a quick and easy before reading activity to practice short vowel phonics words.

    Hold your own family book awards! This is a rewarding activity that leaves you with a wonderful log of books you and your family consider to be the best of the best. Use our free printable book award log to keep track of monthly winners, then have a book award ceremony. Your kids will love it!

    Close Reading... What an awesome way to show students why reading over again is SO IMPORTANT!! And using Oreos!

    Blog post about teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing!

    In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book:

    Easy ways to help your child love books! Raise a reader by using these fun ideas.

    Book Buddies DIY Book Marks & an Invitation for You -

    Make your own reading light HAT !!

    Vocabulary Game

    Sticky Note Bookmarks {great for close reading}

    A to Z of Learning to Read. Whole Language and Phonics approaches. A series by My Little Bookcase

    Independent Reading Time - great post about independent reading!

    Big fan of reading, Yoda is.

    Great poster on #closereading! Close reading poster for students Close reading poster for teachers from We are Teachers (via arbordalepublishing)

    How to graph and track oral reading fluency. Blog post includes a free packet of materials including a fluency chart and a line graph for tracking fluency data.

    Books about generosity, giving, and sharing.

    Literacy at Home: Parents are the most important part of Learning to Read.

    Prove It! A simple and fun family literacy game to practice the skill of gathering evidence.

    If you are looking for one new idea to try this school year, THIS IS IT! We are finally ready to reveal our secret formula just for K-2 teachers…. Introducing the 5 Step Lesson Planning Guide for Close Reading & Writing about Text.

    Interactive Notebooks- This notebook is a way for students to increase their comprehension of a story, it is a place for students to respond to their reading. In the classroom interactive notebooks can be used for students to display what they have read in each assigned section. Students would enjoy this because instead of filling out questionnaires, they have an option to draw or write what they comprehend