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May Closing the Year One ReadAloud at a Time For Educators

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May 1-2 End of Year Bundle: Interactive Read-Aloud Lesson Plans Curriculum

May: Closing the Year One Read-Aloud at a Time. Read-alouds for the end of the school year.

What Do Teachers Do (after you leave school)? read-aloud and activities for the last days of school.

We can't believe it is almost May and another school year is winding down

... to miss about class and what they are excited to do during the summer. Then, we will have our students write about things they will miss and things they ...

May: Closing the Year One Read-Aloud at a Time. The Last Day Blues read-aloud and activities for the end of the school year.

Anansi and the Talking Melon Trickster Tale activities

The best End-of-year read-alouds. Your students will love these!

May: Closing the Year One Read-Aloud at a Time. Rosie Revere Engineer is a great book for teaching growth mindset. Your class will love these activities.

You can purchase each of these read-alouds and activities at our TPT store. You can also purchase all of them as a May Read-aloud Bundle.

Compare and Contrast The Boy Who Cried Wolf to The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot Close Reading

You can purchase each of these read-alouds and activities at our TPT store. You can also purchase all of them as a May Read-aloud Bundle.

... May 1-2 End of Year Bundle: Interactive Read-Aloud Lesson Plans Curriculum

Free interactive read-aloud

Read Aloud Books for Any Time of the Year. Someday a Tree lesson plans for K-2. Engaging lessons all planned for you

One of several STEM and science activities that will engage 5th and 6th graders as they countdown the days until summer break.

Interactive read aloud with webinar replay. How can you teach for deep comprehension? Reading

You can purchase each of these read-alouds and activities at our TPT store. You can also purchase all of them as a May Read-aloud Bundle.

Chapter 1. The Fab Four: Reciprocal Teaching Strategies

Write from texts and passages created on topics that kids LOVE!

Chester Lesson Plans and Ideas for Kindergarten and First Grade. Reading comprehension, responding to

This will be my first time participating in the Global Read Aloud and would love to hear how other teachers have connected in the past!

The Boy Who Cried Wolf and The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot Compare and Contrast

Impress your principal, parents, and even yourself as students engage in both fun AND

With prompting and support from the teacher, the students will ask and

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Dr Margaret Merga interviewed Year 4 and 6 students (aged eight to 11) from 24 schools across Western Australia about their attitudes toward 'interactive ...

Maria Walther shares her favorite books for winding down the school year.

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This post breaks down how one teacher teaches reading in 5th grade and how her reading

Reading comprehension is one of the most complex skills to teach. It's also arguably the most important. Students will only succeed in other subject areas ...

Learn about evidence-based practices that encourage first graders' engagement with texts. The authors review reading as a transactional process, ...

Read aloud organization tips for your classroom resources. Lots of ideas for organizing your teaching

Read Aloud for 2nd Grade: "May I Pet Your Dog?" A Story with Dr. Lori

Close Reading and Reciprocal Teaching

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Interactive Read Aloud Strategies for Teachers

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29 Chapter Book Series for First Grade Students

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Instant Lesson Plans to Use With Any Book (Perfect for Substitutes!)

The magic of 15 minutes: Reading practice and reading growth

Dr. Christopher Emdin is a passionate and unapologetic advocate for the advancement of urban education nationwide. In his book, For White Folks Who Teach in ...

I can't look at the homework in the folder. Is there homework in the folder? I don't even know. Are other moms still looking in the homework folder?

Click “ok' in the CPS – fine details window. Then click “save & close”. Click save and close (two separate buttons this time).

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South Australia's trial of England's year one phonics check shows why we need it

Interactive read aloud lesson for Brothers at Bat by Audrey Vernick. Includes interactive read aloud

This zany adventure is funny (really funny!) but gentle—perfect for a Kindergarten chapter book read aloud with wide appeal.

This post breaks down how one teacher teaches reading in 5th grade and how her reading

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Throughout my years teaching middle school, I have had the experience of seeing many “work refusals”. These are the situations when kids, for a variety of ...

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Persuasive Writing

50 great read aloud chapter books for 6 to 12 year olds

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Read aloud organization tips for your classroom resources. Lots of ideas for organizing your teaching

Close Reading Protocol

Close Reading with Paired Texts (Oczkus & Rasinski, 2015). Printed with permission from Shell Educational Publishing, a division of Teacher Created ...

Strategy Lesson Planning Sheet

End-of-Year Assignments and Activities

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Assistive Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities

In our interview we talk about why she made the change, what her reading instruction looks like now, and how other teachers can change their own practices.

Interactive read aloud lesson for Sweet Tooth by Margie Palatini and Jack E. Davis.

A collection of end of school year activities for kids.

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Research shows the importance of parents reading with children – even after children can read

The 56 BEST Bedtime Stories of All Time

Sean Fay Wolfe on Twitter: "The #ElementiaChronicles standing the test of time:Reviews 2014(10yo),2015(a teacher) 2016(Middle School)&2017 (parent&child ...

As a teacher and parent, I struggle with the fact that my son has not

After a few minutes, I fielded ideas from targeted individuals, opening up to class discussion. There wasn't time to talk about more than one or two.

The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman

Why it's important to read aloud with your kids, and how to make it count

FarFaria Read Along Kids Books 4+

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Teacher Lindsay Flood developed a fabulous close-reading activity using Oreo cookies to demonstrate the value in "reading" something more than once.

Are Texas Kids Failing? Or Are the Tests Rigged?

Reciprocal Teaching with Response to Intervention

Piggie Pie Lessons for kindergarten and first grade. Reading comprehension, directed drawing, center

This article discusses the power of reading aloud and goes a step further to discuss the power of thinking out loud while reading to children as a way to ...

Morning Basket Ideas

This post shares 10 reading center ideas for upper elementary students that are rigorous and engaging

I Can Be Anything!

Competition: write a poem to WIN!

15 Books That May Help Students With Anxiety