This post has 10 examples of quick, meaningful follow-up activities that you can use at the end of your guided reading lessons - and the materials are FREE to download!!

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Very good idea to support this story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Many of my Little children like posting items, and looking for and identifying the fruit as we read the story and they post. We also talk about our likes and dislikes, our favourites and also about healthy food and treats. I downloaded this activity from ...

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We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for kids who are learning how to read. Also can be done for letters and numbers.

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If you are just starting out with your blog and totally confused where to start.This post is a great help to make you stress less about Blog design.

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Library challenge cards - Get pupils excited about reading and properly engaged with books using this series of activities and challenges.

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Japan’s cherry blossoms put on a spectacular show every spring with visitors coming from far and wide to view the incredible sight. Click through to post for tips on planning a trip!

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