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A guide of where your child should be in lettered reading programs. They always show this to you in conferences and then I can never remember the levels. fountas and pinnell

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Word Work for Big Kids: Vocabulary Activities

Word Work activities that work for any vocabulary words. Perfect for use with Daily 5 or in literacy centers for upper elementary students. Just print, laminate, and place in your Word Work center for easy student instructions! Includes 15 activities!

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Setting Up a Classroom & Home Reading Program

Setting up a classroom and home reading program. Includes tips and strategies to implement a reading program and how-to create reading folders with FREE parent hand-outs by Proud to be Primary

Sight Word or Phonics? Very interesting!! (includes a fun exercise for fluent readers, using only the first and last letter of each word!)

FREE Main Idea practice. Great for my small reading groups to work on. Higher groups at the beginning of the year, ease into it with some of my lower groups.

Instantly access 20,000 high-quality books for kids

Instantly access 15,000 high-quality ebooks for Kids 12 and under. Read FREE for 30 days. Perfect for Back-to-School!

Reading Gives Us Someplace to Go Printable and Bookmarks