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HOMER: Kids' Learn-to-Read App

HOMER is a lear-to read-program available for iPads. When kids read about what they love, they love learning to read – so the HOMER Method takes your child’s passions and current reading level, then creates a personalized learn-to-read plan that grows with them, from age 2 to 8.

HOMER

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Word Solving Strategies

This is a great resource for helping children to develop their decoding strategies. These are commonly used in Australian classrooms for P-2.

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Reading Strategies

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Reading Comprehension

Activity Goals

  • Identify several reading strategies successful readers use
  • Use various reading strategies

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Go Noodle Reading Practice

An interactive resource that kids really love! There are educational dance videos for children which incorporate reading practice.

Go Noodle Reading Practice

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Comprehension Spinner

A useful resource for reading! This wheel can be used either in small groups or with a whole class. After a story has been read to the group (regardless of size), spin the spinner and where it lands identifies the question to be asked either of an individual, or the group as a whole to think, pair, share.

Comprehension Spinner

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Reading Rockets Comprehension Module

This is a module for educators to increase their knowledge on reading comprehension.

Reading Rockets Comprehension Model

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Reading comprehension dice game

This is a fun game for building comprehension, also involving numeracy skills!

Students read a book in pairs. After a page or two each they roll a dice and the corresponding number instructs them to apply a certain comprehension strategy – infer, retell, summarize, use questioning, visualizing. 7 more words

Reading Comprehension