Showing posts with label Guided Reading. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guided Reading. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Comprehension Cueing Cards and Guided Reading Resource


I had some requests to add more comprehension cueing cards to my Reading Comprehension Cueing Cards Packet.  I finally got around to adding the new cards.  Click {here} to check out the packet or go to TpT to re-download, if you already purchased.  I also updated my Guided Reading Resources Packet which includes these cards.



Click {here} to see more of my posts about guided reading.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Leveled Library Labels

I changed my classroom theme to Aqua, Hot Pink, and Lime polka dots.  To go with the new theme, I created these round labels for my Leveled Library.  The labels are for sale in my TpT store (click here).

These plastic bins were purchased from Big Lots.


My students uses these books for independent reading  and they are stored in their "book baggies."  I print and place the "_____'s Book Baggie" labels below on each of their book baggies.  Click (here) to download your own editable Word version.  They should print on standard shipping sized labels.

For more information about independent and guided reading levels, check out my Guided Reading Resources Packet on TpT.







Tuesday, March 8, 2011

More Guided Reading Planning Sheets!

I had previously uploaded some guided reading planning sheets to google docs.  I thought of two more planning sheets and added a sample.  Check out the sheets by clicking {here}.  The graphics are by Scrappin' Doodles.


These sheets are included in my Guided Reading Resources packet.  Click {here} to check it out this packet.
Check out the some of the awesome feedback I have received on this product by clicking the feedback picture below!


Monday, March 7, 2011

Guided Reading Planning Sheets

I am teaching a course on Guided Reading and tomorrow we will be working on planning guided reading lessons.  So, I created a cute graphic organizer to for planning the guided reading lesson. Click {here} to download. 


The teachers in my class range from teachers of grade K to grade 5 and there are a few ESL teachers.  Please, let me know if any of you have great blog links for guided reading, guided reading in the upper grades, or teaching reading to ESL students.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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