Guided reading activities
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This post will walk you through each step for teaching a guided reading lesson. Also, find a guided reading freebie at the end. From reading strategies to word work activities, learn best practices for teaching children how to read. #guidedreading #literacy #readinggroups #kindergarten #firstgrade #learningtoread
Jessica saved to Classroom Ideas
These guided reading schedule tips are super helpful for kindergarten and first grade teachers! Make the most of your guided reading lessons with these 4 tips. #guidedreading #mrsrichardsonsclass
Tracey Foreacre saved to Teaching 3rd grade
This guided reading toolkit is the perfect resource for reviewing skills and strategies during your small group reading lessons.
Connie Johnson saved to Guided reading
Guided reading with non-readers can seem pointless, but it is a must-do! See how this teacher structures her guided reading lessons with her non-readers.
Jennifer Burke/Hickerson saved to Circle
The ability to recognize high-frequency sight words is one of the most important indicators of reading success for young learners. Help your students develop
Cherie Jaramillo saved to Kindergarten
Taking quality guided reading notes for tracking and assessment for kindergarten, first grade… | Guided reading kindergarten, Guided reading lessons, Guided reading
Jun 26, 2020 - Taking quality guided reading notes for tracking and assessment for kindergarten, first grade and second grade.
Cindy Swallow saved to 1/2 lit block
Guided reading questions for character, plot, making connections and reading strategies.
Time4Teaching saved to Literacy Ideas
Structuring a guided reading lesson can seem overwhelming. This 20 minute guided reading lesson breaks down the details and makes it manageable for you!
Linda Bouwer saved to Reading
Learn how to teach Guided Reading effectively. Assess students & grouping by ability level, then differentiate instruction to meet students' needs.
Clair Dory saved to Second Grade