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PTO 8: This is an excellent resource for new teachers. It is a Pinterest board completely devoted to providing resources for new teachers in regards to classroom management, organization, handling paperwork and so on. It is so important as teachers to encourage one another and provide helpful resources for one another's success.

Yet another awesome set of resources from Beth Newingham, the teacher that does it all! This one is for assessing guided reading.

This useful chart can be used to show students the difference between showing details in their writing and telling about something.

This is one of my students' favorite games. They love playing and don't even realize they are practicing their sight words at the same time.This game includes words typically taught to Kindergarten students, but this would also be good practice for struggling 1st grade students.Thanks for downloading this freebie!

Assignments for any novel or short story

Gone are the days of boring book reports and reading responses! This multi-faceted resource provides fun ready-to-use assignments that will work for any novel or short story that your students are reading. Each of the one page assignments can be printed and handed to your students – it’s that easy!

Differentiated Small-Group Reading Lessons: Scaffolded and Engaging Lessons for Word Recognition, Fluency, and Comprehension That Help Every Reader Grow

I like this a lot, except I'd be cautious about using "good" there. I know some anxious students who would feel like they were automatically bad at math because they couldn't do all that yet.