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    Love this idea for motivating readers with these awesome classroom doors!

    My Classroom Doors

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    Reading "Musical" Chairs -- Come check it out at the blog! {Make sure to read the comments once you get there, as some new ideas have been posted!}

    HoJos Teaching Adventures: Reading "Musical" Chairs

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    Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

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    There was a lot of talk about the WHAT

    Beyond the What and How of Reading Comprehension Strategies

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    Wake up you class library! Love this

    WAKE UP Your Classroom Library!

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    Students sign up to share the book that they are reading with the class. Good way to foster a love of reading.

    5th Grade Teaching Resources: Book Shares

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    either kid. books books and more books, we love books 25 Absurdly Delightful Books To Read With Your Kids In 2015

    25 Ridiculously Wonderful Books To Read With Kids In 2015

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    If the thought of guided reading makes you pull your hair out, or even if you are a guided reading guru who's looking for more materials, this 160 page packet has everything you need! For teachers unsure of where to begin, or who have seen the whole guided reading process go strangely wrong, the instructions in this packet help to lead you back to success. Then it provides you with forms, question cards, 100 activity sheets and more to use with your guided reading groups. $

    Time for Guided Reading Now What Do I Do

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    There's a Nightmare in my Closet by Mercer Mayer: narrated by Billy Crystal

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    The latest chapter books for 6 to 12 year olds.

    The Latest Chapter Books for Kids Ages 6 to 12 - Imagination Soup

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    Book Marks to send home with Guided Reading books FOR THE STRUGGLING READERS

    Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Updates, Small Group, and a FREEBIE

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    Top 25 chapter book series for 1st-3rd grade with printable list! #books #reading #homeschooling

    Top 25 Chapter Book Series Book Recommendations 1st-3rd Grade

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    Reading Comprehension Dice Game... Great way to spice up guided reading

    Reading Comprehension Dice Game

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    Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Guided Reading: A little novelty goes a LONG way!

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    GREAT guided reading website! So many ideas! Blank running records pages, guided reading binder inserts and much ,much ,more!

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    Guided Reading FREEBIE!

    Rowdy in Room 300: Guided Reading FREEBIE!

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    How do you track reading progress?

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    Post-it notes for students to use to show when they find figurative language in books.

    Head Over Heels For Teaching: Educents Poetry Bundle

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    3 great and FREE places to find nonfiction articles online! Perfect for 5th - 7th grade :)

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    Why reading is important :)

    Why reading is important…

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    Teacher Toons: Tone vs. Mood Comic to help students understand the difference between tone and mood when reading a text.

    Teacher Toons: Tone vs. Mood

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    "95 Young Adult Books To Read This Summer Instead Of Reading 'Harry Potter' AGAIN." Well, I can always read Harry Potter again, but it's good to have other options.

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    Love this.

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    Story of my life.

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    Interactive reading board: Each student fills their cup with books they read in and out of school throughout the year.

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