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    Story map anchor chart to write a summary - historical fiction

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    These are some common spelling generalizations used by beginning spellers! These are typically found in the first level of sequence when using the Orton Gillingham method. Included are: The "cat-kite" rule- spelling with c or k. The "f,l,s" (fliz) rule- doubling f, l, and s. -ck word and syllable ending -soft g and c (for spelling and reading) Feedback is appreciated!

    Spelling Generalization Posters

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    Five-finger retell! This is a simple way for students to remember how to write summaries. The teacher can hang these hands up in the classroom or students can simply use their own hands if they can't see the ones hung up. This lesson can be done by having students go through the five finger retell on a story they have previously read.

    5 Finger Retell (summarizing strategy)

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    The Primary Pack: What can you do in a 15 minute small reading group??? [Plus a: READER FREEBIE]

    What can you do in a 15 minute small reading group??? [Plus a: READER FREEBIE]

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    Nonfiction text features anchor chart and poster for the classroom

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    PIE - Author's Purpose

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    Why do some words have a double consonant at the end? How do you know which letters you should double and which ones you shouldn’t? The Floss Rule is all you need to solve these mysteries forever.

    Spelling Tips and Tricks – The Floss Rule

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    Main Idea teaching idea: Do this after each read-aloud etc.

    First Grade Wow: What's the Big Idea???

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    decoding strategies (jealous for this handwriting)

    Just Reed: Ten Pin LInky Party: Reading Ideas

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    schema, evidence, Inference- Good for teaching reading strategies for non-fiction.

    Fearless in 5th: Go Texan Day!

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    Free Reading Comprehension Passages | Reading Comprehension Activities | Readyteacher.com

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    The Steps in a Guided Reading Lesson

    Getting Started with Guided Reading

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    Questions to ask about what we are reading....should add some critical literacy questions also Absolutely should add the critical thinking questions. Especially if schools use Accelerated Reader programs, students tend to have lots of books they have "read" but not a lot they can analyze or evaluate. this really hurts them in high school lit classes.

    The Inspired Apple: 38 more days…but who’s counting?!

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    My kids can read ANYTHING with these!!! ... The "grown-up" reading and writing SECRETS- get them today (FREE!!) and teach them to your class tomorrow :) ......Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

    Secret Stories :: Secret Samples

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    Guided Reading Group Format--ideas of how to structure a 30 minute guided reading group with struggling readers.

    Curious Firsties: Guided Reading Group Format

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    FREE - guided reading lesson plan template - sample!

    Guided Reading - Lesson Plan Template

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    Cool, easy to use guided reading assessment, good for tracking and sharing with parents.

    Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Guided Reading Assessments

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    Second Grade Nest: Zoofluency

    Second Grade Nest: Zoofluency

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    close reading evidence posters for primary students

    Close Reading for Beginners {Let's Take a Closer Look!}

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    kid friendly syllable rules

    The Classroom Key

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    Freebie Anchor Chart for Vowel Pairs, Vowel Diphthongs, Vowel Digraphs. Great for emergent readers still learning to decode big words.

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    Rules for when to use K or C :) I think I like this!

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    7 Syllable Types - There are 7 types of syllables that occur in all words of the English language. Every word can be broken down into these syllables. These 7 syllables include: closed, open, magic e, vowel teams, r-controlled, dipthongs and consonant le. After teaching each syllable type, having these posters readily available for reference in your classroom can help your students.

    7 Syllable Types Classroom Posters Set

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    one sentence for each student, they call out nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Noun Activities

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    Free Short Vowels

    Frog Spot: Short Vowels in the Mouse House

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