Reading Groups and Literacy Centers I like the use of vowels as the group name.
FREE Reading Strategies Bookmarks
Books for Making Inferences and Predictions ~ fantastic texts for teaching kids to "read between the lines" | This Reading Mama
Phonogram Sounds from All About Learning
when two vowels go walking the first one does the talking, vowel songs, when two vowels go walking songs, vowel activities, vowel posters, vowel anchor charts, vowel games, vowel bookmarks, vowel crafts, vowel rules,
Yikes....lots of choice for observation! Guided Reading Anecdotal Notes
phonological awareness skills
Ten Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension in Kindergarten & First Grade
Nonfiction Text Features Scavenger Hunt - Free! Some of the kiddos could do this...
Close Reading for Kindergarten & First Grade: Getting Started Quarter 1 Bundle
Close Reading...a fun little post and a close reading freebie!
Books with a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure ~ perfect for teaching comprehension and story writing with fiction | This Reading Mama
Ed and ing endings. Great idea for the "Fix this sentence" class activity. Better than the white board!
Phonemic Awareness, Blooms Site has other resources, autism intervention, phonics, math, RTI, Worksheets, spuzzles
Story map anchor chart to write a summary - historical fiction
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!
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.
The Primary Pack: What can you do in a 15 minute small reading group??? [Plus a: READER FREEBIE]
Nonfiction text features anchor chart and poster for the classroom
PIE - Author's Purpose
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.
Main Idea teaching idea: Do this after each read-aloud etc.
decoding strategies (jealous for this handwriting)
schema, evidence, Inference- Good for teaching reading strategies for non-fiction.