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Use Recount instead Retelling Anchor Chart. Good for kids who need to work intensively on basic reading skills. Paired, possibly, with visuals for kids with limited proficiency or processing issues.

First Grade Wow: Retelling Stories. I really like this and will use in my class!

Retelling Stories Anchor Chart and printable for creating a "retelling rope." Cute and good idea for primary grades such as pre grade for reading comprehension skills

Oral Retelling: The Big Secret - Hello Literacy

Hello Literacy: Oral Retelling: The Big Secret anchor chart and another anchor chart about buddy reading below. I always like the idea of showing the kids the expectation

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

Independent reading chart: I like how it emphasizes reading for enjoyment and the student chooses what they read, It helps to emphasize what independent reading is about

Main Idea

Life in First Grade: Pigeons, Skunks, Halloween, and Anchor Charts.pinned for Main Idea anchor chart

Kids have a blast, boost fluency, practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and  clues by an animated character named "Lefty." Classroom created as a reading center to save planning time and practice nearly every skill daily.  Free trials for all to test it out and see if it's a fit!

With this literacy tool kids will have a blast and boost up their skills in fluency as they practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and clues by an animated character named "Lefty." This relates back to the standard

First Grade Wow: Anchor Chart - story elements and retelling - tons of really cute ideas to use here!!!

First Grade Wow: Anchor Chart - story elements and retelling - tons of really cute ideas to use here!

using context clues to understand new vocabulary, an anchor chart

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

Types of Context Clues Anchor Chart (FREEBIE included!) rearrange the list and you have the acronym IDEAS which might help kids remember the different types of context clues.

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