How to Build Fluency in Young Readers - Mrs. Thompson's Treasures
Some kids learn to read and just begin to naturally read with fluency (speed, accuracy, and proper expression). Many kids, however, need some guidance and practice! Here are some things you can do to help build fluency in your young readers! 1. Model, Model, Model: Reading aloud to kids is the first step in building their ... Read More about How to Build Fluency in Young Readers
world hello day - Do Play Learn
This post may contain Affiliate links. More information here. it’s world hello day! and what better way to celebrate than to explore all the ways people can say hello! below is a free printable that you can use in your classroom/homeschool room. it is formatted to be printed up to size 11×14 Keep in touch with …
Speak Up: 6 Fabulous Games to Get Your Students Speaking
Many ESL teachers find that their students are timid speakers or reluctant to participate in class discussions. It's only natural. After all, they are trying to talk in a language they
Responding to Social Greetings
A good pragmatics activity addressing how different greetings require different responses. ...
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Nonfiction Text Features FREE: A Nonfiction Text Features Game
Text Features: Text Features FREE game contains 27 text features game cards and a game board to help students practice finding various text features in nonfiction text. To play this game, a player will select a time card and a text feature scavenger hunt card. In order to move his/her piece forward on the game board, the player must find an example of that text feature within the amount of time shown.