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FREE Lessons4Now Stuff!
FREE Homework Incentive~ When the entire class completes a homework assignment on time, hang up one flag. With the letters in "homework" and a starting and ending decorative flag, there are 10 flags in all. When the banner is complete, give the class extra recess, a homework pass,or whatever incentive works for your classroom. The toughest part of this plan-- laminating the reusable flag pennants. Great, new twist on a tried-and-true idea!
Fluency at Home
This take-home brochure is designed to share an understanding of fluency with parents. Nine activities focused on promoting and supporting a growth of fluency are shared with parents in a way to make learning fun for children. The activities described use household items to teach this important reading skill to ensure that classroom practices transfer to home and the real world.
Guided Reading Question Cards
Supporting parents at home is critical when it comes to reading. These guided reading questions slips are a beneficial resource to send home with my elementary students. They provide open-ended questions for parents to ask their children about fiction, nonfiction and biographies. #readingworkshop #parentsupport #reading #readingactivities #readingquestions #guidedreading
A Daily Reading Review System for Reading Comprehension
Daily Reading Review homework and morning work have proven to be the most effective resource for improving reading comprehension skills. Learn about my Reading Spiral Review System and why teachers love it. Reading Comprehension Passages with Text Dependent Questions | Perfect for Reading Homework, Morning Work, Close Reading, Reading Centers
Take Home Book Bags: Robert Munsch
This Take Home Book Bag for Robert Munsch is full of activities for elementary students as they read his stories. Includes book recommendations, journal prompts, games, family activities and reading strategy practice sheets. A great reading activity to send home with your students to share with their families!