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    • Tawanna Williams

      A step-by-step guide to organize reading centers (first grade, but could be modified) |

    • Randi Shiver

      Made for 1st grade = Guided Reading and Daily Centers ideas

    • Monica Guehring

      Guided Reading Center Rotation Resources - from the ladies at Made for 1st Grade pin now read later

    • Karen Sorrels

      This is geared for 1st grade but the ideas apply for all elementary grades. 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.

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