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Teaching students to cite text evidence is easy with this step-by-step guide for busy teachers. Teach your class to refer to the reading as they answer reading comprehension questions. Great for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. Special education students are successful with explicit instruction.
Whether you are teaching reading to your preschool child or your child in kindergarten, a strong phonics foundation is a must. These phonics focused book suggestions, games and activities will help your child become a fluent reader with strong reading comprehension. These simple and fun phonics activities can be incorporated into your lesson plans as you educate your child. #reading #teachingreading #homeschool #homeschooling #parenting #preschool #kindergarten #firstgrade
The science of reading tells us that sight words are not stored in our visual memory and so we need to integrate sight words into our phonics instruction. In this post, I share information about Heart Words, an effective, phonics-based approach to teaching sight words, as well as a Heart Word Freebie to get you started!