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  • Susan Keener

    Spotted in First Grade: Favorite Pins...Classroom Organization Use for guided reading groups

  • DAWN Wade Edgeworth

    Velcro in a file folder! Perfect for my always changing guided reading groups!

  • Joelle Jung

    Guided Reading groups- Remember it's not just all about guided reading, what other small group instruction do they need? Oral language, Shared Reading, Read To (for our pre-emergent students)

  • Julie Hempelmann

    great visual representation of student reading levels and guided reading groups

  • Lisa O'Connor

    Classroom ideas

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Guided Reading Resources - Amazing blog post!

Many of you have asked . . . and here it is (finally)!!!  A free step by step guide that explains and gives suggestions for how you could group your students into four leveled guided reading groups just like we do and how to set up and rotate your students through daily center rotations.

overwhelmed with guided reading? just found this... great! quick and dirty!

Are you looking for new and engaging activities to spicen up your guided reading lessons

Guided Reading Snapshot. This is a wonderful chart for teachers to use to assess students. It could be used at the beginning and the end of a unit to compare student's progress. While it would be time consuming to do individually with each student, it could be very beneficial to learn where students are at before choosing books for the school year.

GUIDED READING SURVIVAL KIT. I think I MIGHT actually purchase this. See, I'm cheap. I'd rather make things than buy them. But this looks too cool!

This is kind of like a CAFE BOARD FOR TEACHERS! It's a menu of skills to teach to guided reading groups, arranged by LEVEL!!! I wish I knew how to make a drooling emoticon, because I'd make like 100 of them right now!!!

Level It Books. App that tells you the DRA, gre, lexlile, and guided reading level just by scanning it!

Guided Reading in Kindergarten Great resource because it has lessons for what to do everyday of the week. The following week you repeat it with a different book.

Great visual tool to show to parents. Shows what reading level students should be on for each 9 weeks for each grade K-6.