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Free Reading is Thinking chart for reading minilessons - good for kids to know that reading is about thinking & understanding, not just sounding out words...

Over 200 colorful pics for teaching beginning sounds, rhyme, counting syllables and counting sounds. Great for any sized pocket chart.

How to use Reading A-Z boooks in your classroom library. After you fold the pages and cut the laminating, (only laminate the cover) you staple the books together. Then,Duct tape!!! Different colored tape for different levels! .... So much easier than all the time I have spent getting the books ready!!!!

Great Back to School item to send home to parents. This one page flyer offers reading ideas and tips for how parents can incorporate reading into their child's daily routine at home. Two versions are included. One with a boy and one with a girl holding a sign. The student writes in a topic that they would be interested in reading about in the sign, before they take it home to parents. Enjoy! ~ SunnyDaze

A Literate Life - Student Work - I'm the kind of reader who...I'd like to be the kind of reader who...Three Reading Goals...LOVE this idea!!!

Create a Reader's Notebook for each child in reading small group. includes ABC chart, blends chart, pointer, Elkonin boxes, etc.