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How to Plan for a Reluctant Reader: Putting the Puzzle  Together | This Reading Mama http://thisreadingmama.com/plan-for-a-reluctant-reader/

How to Plan for a Reluctant Reader

How to Plan for a Reluctant Reader: Putting the Puzzle Together | This Reading Mama http://thisreadingmama.com/plan-for-a-reluctant-reader/

Come learn about 10 free ways to improve visual tracking for struggling readers or students with dyslexia.

10 Free Ways to Improving Visual Tracking for Weak Readers

Come learn about 10 free ways to improve visual tracking for struggling readers or students with dyslexia.

What is the difference between decodable text and predictable or patterned text? When you sit down to plan what youre teaching for your small group reading instruction, how do you make a decision about the kind of text you are putting in front of your st

Decodable Text vs. Predictable or Patterned Text

What is the difference between decodable text and predictable or patterned text? When you sit down to plan what youre teaching for your small group reading instruction, how do you make a decision about the kind of text you are putting in front of your st

Engaging Reluctant Readers:  a great article about ways to help reluctant readers become engaged in reading books!

Engaging Reluctant Readers

Engaging Reluctant Readers: a great article about ways to help reluctant readers become engaged in reading books!

Love this post on getting students to read. Lots of fun ideas for reading teachers!

How I turned my students into readers

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Owl Themed Classroom

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The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree: A Free Inference Chart Activity; Great for October

The Berenstain Bears and the Spooky Old Tree: A Free Inference Chart Activity; Great for October

Do you compare fiction to non fiction texts with your students? My #firstgraders and I built this anchor chart together, and it became a great point of reference last year.  You can get some teaching ideas and freebies on my blog! (link in profile)

Do you compare fiction to non fiction texts with your students? My #firstgraders and I built this anchor chart together, and it became a great point of reference last year. You can get some teaching ideas and freebies on my blog! (link in profile)

Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually. Reading surveys help you get a good grasp of where student's are at in their reading journey. This can be used at the beginning, middle or end of the year!

Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually. Reading surveys help you get a good grasp of where student's are at in their reading journey. This can be used at the beginning, middle or end of the year!

Spark a child's interest in reading during the summer with this Summer Reading Card.  Great project for home or school.  First page is instructions...

Spark a child's interest in reading during the summer with this Summer Reading Card. Great project for home or school. First page is instructions...

My presentation of launching Genius Hour in the Classroom

My presentation of launching Genius Hour in the Classroom

This is an interactive station activity to get the kids moving around the room, using their novel to identify textual evidence that helps them analyze main characters from "The Outsiders" novel. In order to complete this activity, students should complete their reading of chapter one.

This is an interactive station activity to get the kids moving around the room, using their novel to identify textual evidence that helps them analyze main characters from "The Outsiders" novel. In order to complete this activity, students should complete their reading of chapter one.