guided reading

guided reading

Each child gets a list, a clip board, a pencil, and one flash card (on a headband).  Then the students roam around the room reading sight words. They draw a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead, until they figure out which one is on their own head. ---fun for any content word too

Each child gets a list, a clip board, a pencil, and one flash card (on a headband). Then the students roam around the room reading sight words. They draw a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead, until they figure out which one is on their own head. ---fun for any content word too

fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences

fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences

Website where you can type in text and it will turn it into a shape!!

Website where you can type in text and it will turn it into a shape!!

Reading Conference

Reading Conference

Story Elements Characters & Setting

Story Elements Characters & Setting

Kinder-Craze: A Kindergarten Blog: mp3 Listening Center and Reading Response Form - FREEBIE!

Kinder-Craze: A Kindergarten Blog: mp3 Listening Center and Reading Response Form - FREEBIE!

How to organize your FILOFAX supplies in your home office- A Bowl Full of Lemons

How to organize your FILOFAX supplies in your home office- A Bowl Full of Lemons

Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

First, let every student make a fingerprint onto white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier (8×10 or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints, and sign

First, let every student make a fingerprint onto white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier (8×10 or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints, and sign

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