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Reading Skills

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This is a visual for how students work their way up the Reading Ladder. Kindergarten is working within the levels 1 and 2 throughout the year. When working with your child, please focus on these skills so that they have a solid reading foundation. Success is earned and needs to be worked for. Thank you to Katelyn's Learning Studio for this amazing resource.

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WHY TEACH STUDENTS TO FIND THE MAIN IDEA? Being able to find the main idea of a text is a complex and important nonfiction reading skill for upper elementary students (3rd-5th grade). “Learning how to understand

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Don't have time in your day to reach every student? My 10 Minute Reading Intervention resource can help you squeeze in lessons that are fast & effective!

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I am frequently asked to share a scope and sequence for what order I teach reading skills. I've always been hesitant to do this because there are so many variables. There are often a few standards that I haven't specifically included in my scope and sequence because I teach them during social sciences and science ... Read more

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The Big 5 reading skills are the perfect guide for how to teach reading. Follow this reading skills list and use these strategies for reading instruction...

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It is easy to teach a child to read if it is done in the right way. Parenting Expert Dr Debmita Dutta - explains the steps to teach a child to read at home

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These reading fluency activities will help your kindergarten students with their reading fluency. Grab the short a fluency activity for free!

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Close reading is a hot topic that's just getting hotter! Here are 21 anchor charts, bulletin board ideas and other resources that you can bring into your classroom to turn your readers into even closer readers.

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Once you’ve got your students in a guided reading routine, it's time to have them exploring what they’re reading and completing activities that develop their comprehension skills. This is no small feat when it comes to young readers because their writing skills are generally not developed yet which makes it difficult for them to express themselves independently. In order to set your students up to become comprehension experts, here are some tips and an overview of the order of progression…

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