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Teaching Children to Visualize to Build Comprehension

Are you classroom teacher looking for engaging ways to teach your students to comprehend stories? Read this post for primary ideas on how to get children to learn to visualize and build reading comprehension.

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Teaching Children to Visualize to Build Comprehension

Are you classroom teacher looking for engaging ways to teach your students to comprehend stories? Read this post for primary ideas on how to get children to learn to visualize and build reading comprehension.

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Free Fairytale elements anchor chart... Great "ingredients" for students to plan and write a fairytale! .....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

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26 creative book report ideas - so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. (homeschool writing)

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'Follow the Retelling Road' We used butcher paper to draw the road and added order words as the signposts. Each time we do a read aloud book, the kids divide into groups to draw a picture/write a sentence to sequence the story. Pick one child to walk the retelling road and retell the story with the pictures and order words! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

I love using REAL books to teach reading!

Research also states that merely reading and talking about a book is not sufficient. Students must frequently engage in comprehension activities that asked them to analyze the text. We analyze the text when we are making predictions, inferences, connections, and describing characters. Yes! We can do this in kindergarten and first grade – here's how!