How to keep track of your ever-changing reading groups...use a laminated manilla folder. Place the various levels with colored dots. Next, use laminated strips to write each child's name; use velcro strips/dots, and woohoo, you have an easy-peasy way to keep track of your groups! Best of all, it's easy to take to the library so you can easily reference it when you're getting small group books ;-) Guide Reading Group, Schools Ideas, Small Group, Reading Level, Classroom Ideas, File Folders, First Grade, Guided Reading Groups, 1St Grade
Guided reading... Behind my table I have these Sterlite containers (I love my containers!). Each group has a drawer where I store their books and materials for the upcoming week. Any worksheets or workbook pages we will need are copied or ripped out and put into the folder inside the drawers.
Do you want to FRESHEN UP your Guided Reading Group Lessons?? This unit will do the trick! Guided Reading Flip-Flap Books aligned to the CCSS for Grades 1-3. Check it out...and download the preview for a closer look!! $
An invaluable resource for any classroom teacher who teaches guided reading, uses literature groups, or loves reading workshop! Inspired by Fountas...
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.
This Guided Reading Binder Pack-Common Core Aligned is a perfect tool for teachers to organize, manage, and track students' reading behaviors.