More ideas from Nicole
See how common reading level systems correlate to one another and select books at the right reading levels for your students with the Booksource Reading Level Chart.

Reading levels (whether Guided Reading Level, Lexile Level, DRA Level or Reading Recovery Level) can serve as a helpful tool for educators.

This is an amazing anchor chart for decoding strategies!

INSTRUCTION: This is a fun chart that the teacher can create with the students. Creating a list of decoding strategies is a good way to get students thinking about what they need to do to be able to spell a word.

YES! Love this visual representation of Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free "place value sliders" that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept.

Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free place value sliders that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept. Would be great for grade scientific notation!

Just used this as a background on IWB work, math worksheets, anchor charts etc. Very handy

This is a printable of large graph paper for younger children who need help keeping their math problems aligned.

Number of the Day Saw this in a colleague's class. Love it for morning work or to begin Math Wrokshop

Math Routine--great for bell work to introduce a new number/concept for the day. Love this idea! The students would be familiar with the process, but it would be different everyday.