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Question Words

{FREEBIE} Each card contains a question word with a sentence that uses that word. Pictures are included to reinforce the meaning of the sentence!

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Introduced Candy Land Sight Word Edition to the kids this week. A big thanks for the idea goes to Sarah Cooley at .

Asking Questions Posters {Common Core State Standards}  Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?     SUPER CUTE!!!! (For 1st grade-4th grade CCSS)

Asking Questions Posters {Who?, What?, When?, Where?, Why?, How?} CCSS

Teach Junkie: 5 Quick Reading Tips and Fun Ideas - build fluency

5 Quick Reading Tips and Fun Ideas

Reading for comprehension and building reading fluency are two major goals in most classrooms. Here are 5 quick reading tips that will help you make reading fun while working on developing reading for comprehension skills and reading fluency.

Visualizing activity -start out w/ modeled/interactive writing. write a few sentences on the white board w/ class gathered around. Have them help spell certain words & place punctuation, but teacher comes up w/ sentences. Next have them go back to their seats to draw what they visualize. Can have them do similar pages during literacy centers, where they read independently.

Visualizing

Today, I did a visualizing activity with my class. I started out with modeled/interactive writing. I wrote a few sentences on the white boar.

Twelve fascinating and fun Common Core aligned non-fiction story and picture task cards! Reading Comprehension Skills Assessment is provided in End of Grade testing format, plus worksheets and graphic organizers for Making Inferences, Main Idea and Supporting Details, Compare and Contrast, Who What, Where, When, Why and How. $

Close Reading Nonfiction Passages

Twelve fascinating and fun Common Core aligned non-fiction story and picture task cards! Reading Comprehension Skills Assessment is provided in End of Grade testing format, plus worksheets and graphic organizers for Making Inferences, Main Idea and Supporting Details, Compare and Contrast, Who What, Where, When, Why and How. $

A student’s comprehension of texts is improved when he/she writes about what has been read. Use the writing prompts to help students with their reading comprehension.

Writing to Improve Reading Comprehension: 100 Prompts for Fictional Texts

A student’s comprehension of texts is improved when he/she writes about what has been read. Use the writing prompts to help students with their reading comprehension.

What Do Readers Do? Classroom Poster Freebie Pack

This is an adorable set of 6 bright and colorful classroom posters that state what readers do: Readers Predict Readers Make Connections Readers Summarize Readers Visualize Readers Ask Questions Readers Infer Just print, laminate, and hang up in your

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