This is perfect! How many times do kids just make random connections that get them away from the text instead of into it?  Anchor Chart

This is perfect! How many times do kids just make random connections that get them away from the text instead of into it? Anchor Chart

Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers: lots of ideas and examples on what it means to be a fluent reader and ways to help develop fluent readers in your classroom.

Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers: lots of ideas and examples on what it means to be a fluent reader and ways to help develop fluent readers in your classroom.

I honestly thought more kids had camped out before!  Wrong.  So….we needed some non-fiction books to help me teach the kids more about camping.  We started out with our fiction/non-fiction anchor charts to help us differentiate between the two different types of text.

I honestly thought more kids had camped out before! Wrong. So….we needed some non-fiction books to help me teach the kids more about camping. We started out with our fiction/non-fiction anchor charts to help us differentiate between the two different types of text.

This is a great idea for a poster to put up in your classroom to discuss with the students how to think when reading. It covers 6 ways to think while reading; summarize, question, connect, infer, visualize, and predict. I would make this poster and put it up in my classroom to help model thinking and guide my students thinking process while reading.

This is a great idea for a poster to put up in your classroom to discuss with the students how to think when reading. It covers 6 ways to think while reading; summarize, question, connect, infer, visualize, and predict. I would make this poster and put it up in my classroom to help model thinking and guide my students thinking process while reading.

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