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Word wall + fireplace = firewall? Summer is a great time to build word walls together at home and help children build critical sight vocabulary. It's great insurance against Summer Reading Loss!

Beginning Blends (free; from Tracy Pippin's "First Grade Help Pages for Reading & Math Folders, Homework Folder" on TpT)

Teach your students the art of close reading with this slide show that uses a guided release of responsibility to help build their confidence and skills.

{ Scholastic Parents } 5 ways parents can help their reluctant readers feel more confident reading out loud .

Ways a Parent Can Help a Child with Reading | For the Teachers

Boys need extra opportunities to develop and practice physical skills which can help them with reading. Jumping rope is an important skill to reading fluency so start them off with a long stationary rope and work up from there.

We read to know, Lets take it one step at a time: letters make words, words make sentences, sentences make paragraphs, paragraphs make chapters and chapters make books. So lets start by knowing our letters.

Miller taught her students to become good readers by doing these things. She especially made sure they practiced reading and shared books with each other.

Summer reading projects that will get your students excited about reading this summer!

Did you know that the brain learns in cycles? Adjusting your teaching to accommodate them will help children learn more efficiently. Using energizers and movement between cycles gives the brain time to begin processing what has been learned, too.

FREE: Use this set of free reading strategy task cards to help your students practice these important skills. Students can answer on notebook paper and use the included recording sheet to keep track of the cards they have completed. Another option is to use these orally in small groups. A suggested answer key is included (answers for most of these cards are subjective, so the answer key is only offered as a guide).