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comprehension strategies ( making connections, questioning, visualizing, inferring and etc) - Really Good - Offer scope and sequence and examples of common texts to use in lessons.

Excellent comprehension strategies ( making connections, questioning, visualizing, inferring and etc) - Really Good - Offer scope and sequence and examples of common texts to use in lessons.

About to start Literature Circles for my higher readers and found this great website from Mrs. Winston that has TONS of trifolds for popular books...and the best part?  Yep!  They're free!  Thanks Mrs. Winston!

About to start Literature Circles for my higher readers and found this great website from Mrs. Winston that has TONS of trifolds for popular books.

Synthesis Superheroes...so stinkin' cute! Visit her blog and see an idea for a cape and mask for your students to wear {so creative}

Fantastic superhero activity for teaching synthesizing and inferring, moral/theme/big idea

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Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read.

Great websites that have stories read online - FREE.

FREE read alouds

Listen to reading: Great websites that have stories read online - FREE. She also has a FREE book critic form the students can complete after they listen to the story. I like this for my technology corner.

Fun in First Grade: Tips for Parents...How to Help My Child Succeed

Tips for Parents.How to Help My Child Be a better reader. Send home during parent teacher conferences.

Reading comprehension flip books: *visualizing*questioning*making connections*predicting...

In this reading comprehension flippy book set, you will receive 6 flippy books on: *visualizing *questioning *making connections *predicting *inferring and *summarizing These are geared for grade, but could work with teacher guidance in grade too!

printouts of comprehension strategies: predicting, inference, sequencing: 17 in all. Nice resource and visual for the kids to have - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

free printouts of 17 comprehension strategies: predicting, inference, sequencing, drawing conclusions, etc

What the Teacher Wants!: Journaling Tips for Kids! {Makes pretty dang good writers}

What the Teacher Wants!great post on writing tips to get your kids motivated and succeeding!

Reading Comprehension Strategy Checklist

Reading Comprehension Strategy Checklist

what comprehension strategies do kids need to know? use this reading comprehension strategy checklist: what comprehension strategies do kids need to know? use this reading comprehension strategy checklist

Readbox

I thought this readbox idea was too cute. What a great way to connect reading to something kids are familiar with. Everywhere you go today, you see a redbox, so why not go to school and rent from a readbox. To perfect.

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