• Jennifer Knox

    Parent letters describing each of 6 reading comprehension strategies taught in reader's workshop

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    Parent newsletters to explain reading comprehension strategies

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    Hello Literacy: Parent School Newsletters to teach parents what their kids are learning

  • Mindy Andrew

    Hello Literacy: Reader's Workshop. Teaching parents reading strategies.

  • Andrea Robertson

    Parent letters for reading strategies - great literacy blog @ Hello Literacy

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    Hello Literacy: Reader's Workshop - parent letters to explain comprehension strategies

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Amazing website... it gives specific books for whatever strategy you are teaching!

Awesome & useful bulletin board idea!

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Report Card Comments - helpful when you can't think of the right thing to say!

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