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Is silent reading time a struggle in your classroom? Here are some unique and fun strategies to use in your classroom to improve your students' independent and silent reading time. Flashlight Friday makes silent reading fun and exciting for students. First Grade Reading, Reading Time, Close Reading, Ar Reading, Reading Corner School, Title 1 Reading, Reading Buddies, Children Reading, Reading Club

Silent reading....making it work! - Southern Fried Teachin'

Some of my students struggle with reading. Looking around the room, looking at the back cover, looking at the front cover, looking around the room again, etc….sound familiar to any of your students?So we decided to create mini anchor charts on what reading looks like and what it doesn’t look like. They did great with […]

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Brittney Root on Instagram: “Day 56: A rough day calls for an impromptu discussion board. #whatmakesagoodstudent #wealmostranoutofroom #teachersofinstagram…”

196 Likes, 11 Comments - Brittney Root (@miss5th) on Instagram: “Day 56: A rough day calls for an impromptu discussion board. #whatmakesagoodstudent…”

Use with math facts! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile…. vocabulary, sight words, math facts… so many possibilities! Sight Word Activities, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, Word Games, Classroom Ideas, Spelling Activities, Teaching Spanish, Future Classroom

Classroom Chaos

I did something like this for middle school and high school students using their vocabulary words. It’s an excellent activity engaging students’ visual and listening skills. I am trying to find ways...

After reflecting, I knew that I needed to change my morning work routine. My students did the same paper pencil based assignment each week. It was boring. Many of them seemed to be going through the motions just to be done. After finishing they could work Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Early Finishers Activities, Morning Activities, Early Finishers Kindergarten, Time Activities, Kindergarten Morning Work, In Kindergarten

Word Work: Morning Centers —

After reflecting, I knew that I needed to change my morning work routine. My students did the same paper pencil based assignment each week. It was boring. Many of them seemed to be going through the motions just to be done. After finishing they could work on an early finisher activity. Some activiti

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Janna on Instagram: “#wish upon a 🌟💫Wednesday. Thanks @clpawson should be fun! #miss5thswhiteboard #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #iteachtoo…”

13 Likes, 1 Comments - Janna (@lovin7th) on Instagram: “#wish upon a 🌟💫Wednesday. Thanks @clpawson should be fun! #miss5thswhiteboard…”

This is an anchor chart about what good readers do. The purpose of this is to remind students strategies of good readers. I would use this in my classroom because i love anchor charts and feel that students enjoy them as well as learn from them. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Goals, Reading Tips, Math Lessons, Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts

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Teach Your Child to Read - Mrs. Terhunes First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Ela Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Time, Stamina Anchor Chart, Close Reading

Teaching With Terhune

To keep the anchor charts that I have been teaching out on display I have added a space in the back of my classroom to display them. I have hot glued clothes pins to the wall so I can easily clip them up and change them out to keep them on display. Since I have started to make more and more anchor charts I had to think of a way to store them. I have used hooks and hangers to hang them up. I also printed out labels to easily find the charts I am looking for.

Literacy centre activity ideas for your classroom. Perfect for year old stu… Literacy centre activity ideas for your classroom. Perfect for year old students in Junior Primary or Elementary grades. Literacy Stations, Classroom Activities, Jolly Phonics Activities, Year 1 Classroom, Activities For 5 Year Olds, Classroom Ideas, Primary Classroom, 5 Year Old Games, Ks1 Classroom

LITERACY CENTRES - HANDS-ON IDEAS FOR LEARNING

Literacy Center Ideas - hands-on literacy center activities perfect for 5-8 years | you clever monkey

*KIDS EDUCATION* Matching a sentence to a picture. Will probably do these together to model but then they will be put in a pocket chart basket for my students to do independently. Teaching First Grade, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Reading Games, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Centers, Reading Centers, Reading Center Ideas, Activities For Kids

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Teach Your Child to Read - Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Stations, Literacy Stations, Reading Centers, Literacy Centers, Work Stations, Reading Center Ideas, Preschool Literacy, Reading Workshop, Center Rotation Charts

Reading Rotation Powerpoint for Centers & Guided Reading Bright Smiles Design

Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations!!!

Teach Your Child to Read - Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Stations, Literacy Stations, Reading Centers, Literacy Centers, Work Stations, Reading Center Ideas, Preschool Literacy, Reading Workshop, Center Rotation Charts

Reading Rotation Powerpoint for Centers & Guided Reading Bright Smiles Design

Tired of pocket charts? Try using your computer or smart board to completely automate your center rotations!!!

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Seuss green eggs maybe- sight words/ math facts/ vocab Kindergarten Literacy, Educational Activities, Listening Activities, Literacy Centers, Teaching Reading, Fun Learning, Reading Games, Learning Spanish, Educational Crafts

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Egg Flip Sight Word Game Could do this with Capital and Lower case letters; number recognition; shapes and everyday objects, the possibilities are endless!

Rainbow Words are a fun and engaging way to practice SIGHT WORDS in the classroom and at home. Students work their way through each level words per color of the rainbow). Using these color coded cards students can differentiate their own word work time Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Activities, Spelling Practice, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Learning, Phonics Reading, Kindergarten Classroom

Sight Word Interactive Notebook Bundle: Pre-Primer

Fun and engaging way to learn and practice sight words! ($)

Teach Your Child to Read - Teaching Reading with fun games printables - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Preschool Sight Words, Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Centers, Kindergarten Checklist, Early Education

Reading Archives - The Measured Mom

This page contains affiliate links. Get all our free resources for pre-readers, early readers, and fluent readers… right here! Beginning readers can use context clues, picture clues, and sight word knowledge to read these printable little books. New! Simple Sight Word Books I’ve recently created a new set of sight word books that teach the same 26 words as the first set – but in a much simpler format.... Read More »

The program is a hands-on, interactive and engaging activities that make learning phonics, sight words and word families fun for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Grade! Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Activities For Kids, Learning Phonics, Literacy Centers, Literacy Stations, Pre K Sight Words, Pre Reading Activities, Classroom Management

Ready2Read Level 2 Unit 1

I am SO excited to finally be able to post the first unit for Ready2Read Level 2! This has truly been a labor of love and I couldn't be happier with the