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    Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/iPad for a listening center. for d5 listening to reading

    Wiggle cushions. I even like sitting on them. They function like one of those big balls that kids can sit on- but much more manageable. SO COOL!!!

    2012 listening centers!

    Online Read-Alouds that use expression and allow students to "follow the colored word" as they are read. Great for Daily 5-Listen to Reading!

    Listening Center with a Twist! Student scan the QR Code and a story is read to them on their device. Fun and Engaging! Check out my other set in my TpT store!

    Read to self chairs. The kids would love this!

    FREE Reading Comprehension sheet.

    getting this!! make one ipad stretch for a group up to five for listen to reading choice time.

    Complete with a free listening center download – you won’t want to miss this tutorial on using iPods as listening centers and how you can get FREE iPhones to use in your classroom {say, what?}

    "Be" bulletin board - beginning of the year

    For my teacher friends :) A whole bunch of stores with teacher discounts- some I didn't know about

    on line stories and more

    Level It Books - scan books and get reading level

    Record directions on these for centers- kids can play back at centers.

    Reading buddies for reading center

    Great solution for a listening center! It allows 5 students to listen at once! #daily5

    Only 1 iPad in the Classroom? Here's a website with a TON of great ideas for making that 1 iPad go far!

    FluencyTutor for Google is a Chrome web app (works on Chromebook, PC, Mac) that allows teachers to share selected reading passages with their students. Students can hear the passages read aloud, and the text being read aloud is highlighted to help students follow along with the reading. www.freetech4teac...

    Check out MobyMax! The free, complete curriculum for K-8 math & reading with Monitoring, Fluency, Messenger, Vibes, Badges, Contests, Games.

    really cool website with tons of books that are read aloud to you :). This reminds me of storyline on line. Looks great!

    Love this idea for grouping students. You can move students around when you need too. If your using ability grouping you can see where they started and how much they have grown.