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I have been into a number of different classrooms recently and a basic skill students are lacking is being able to make accurate inferences about what will happen next. 208 more words

Vicki Appleton-Tattersall

Reading Intervention and Learning to Read

Some helpful tools to use when teaching students to read and/or practicing intervention times. I now have an entire binder overflowing with resources, games, and tricks. 89 more words

Kids Who Read Succeed: Everything Literacy

Reading without Boundaries

If you’ve read my Recommended Reading list, you know I don’t believe in dividing books by age levels.  For one thing, Middle still enjoys perusing some picture books at twelve as much as he loves Percy Jackson and various other “age-appropriate” books.  400 more words

Homeschool

Is Guided Reading for Everyone?

The answer??? YES AND NO! I do not believe the question is whether or not we should do guided reading or small group instruction but rather, what we do during that small group time. 218 more words

Guided Reading

You have all by now seen in your child’s backpack a folder with a number of things relating to guided reading.  We start guided reading usually during the month of November, as by this time in the school year, the students know many letters of the alphabet, many sounds and some sight words.   654 more words

Learning to Read- Guided Reading in FS

One of the ways we learn to read in FS2 is in Guided Reading. We read in a group with 5 or 6 children all reading the same book. 297 more words

Books

Reading from left to right

In our reading groups this week we have been thinking about where we start reading and trying to follow the words.

We had special lolly pop sticks with eyes on to help us remember to follow the writing. 22 more words

Foundation Stage