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Predictions

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Happy 2017! It’s out with the old and in with the new. While I don’t make resolutions, I do look at ways to improve. We can always be better {well, at least I know I can}. I came up with some new ways to celebrate the New Year in your classroom. These goal setting banners ... Read More about Celebrating the New Year in Your Classroom

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5 Ways to Teach Making Predictions in Reading with Elementary Students

Making predictions is a critical reading comprehension strategy to teach and practice with students. It requires students to use what they have read and know about a topic in order to anticipate what will happen

Making Predictions activities, crafts, and printables.  Learn how to make a making predictions anchor chart, as well as an engaging making predictions lesson included.  first grade | second grade | education | reading comprehension

We, as teachers, are always stopping while reading to ask students what is going to happen next. We want students to be able to stop and monitor their understanding of the text. This will, in turn, help with their comprehension of the story. I wanted to stop in today to share some new resources I am using in my classroom to help students with this strategy. I always like to start by introducing the strategy of the week with an anchor chart. Did you know you can print poster-size anchor…

FREE graphic organizer for Making Predictions. Plus, I love the predicting anchor chart in this post!

Hello, friends! Six weeks into the school year, we have hit the ground running and read-aloud has quickly become one of our favorite moments of the day. Today I wanted to share about one of my favorite books for teaching and modeling Making Predictions as a reading strategy – Duck on a Bike by David Shannon. Last week...

Making Predictions activities, crafts, and printables.  Learn how to make a making predictions anchor chart, as well as an engaging making predictions lesson included.  first grade | second grade | education | reading comprehension

We, as teachers, are always stopping while reading to ask students what is going to happen next. We want students to be able to stop and monitor their understanding of the text. This will, in turn, help with their comprehension of the story. I wanted to stop in today to share some new resources I am using in my classroom to help students with this strategy. I always like to start by introducing the strategy of the week with an anchor chart. Did you know you can print poster-size anchor…

Make, revise and confirm predictions

I'm joining my blogging buddy, Emily @ The Reading Tutor OG, for her Mentor Monday Linky. The topic this week is using mentor texts for Making Predictions. Reading Strategy: Making Predictions Let's start off with a brief explanation of the strategy. A prediction is an educated guess about what might happen in a text. When readers make a prediction, they use their background knowledge, past experiences, knowledge of the topic, and observations from the text in order to anticipate what will…

Are you looking for effective strategies to teach students to make valid predictions as they read? Add these prediction ideas, strategies, and tips to your lesson plans and grab a free activity and teaching points, too! This blog post also covers mentor text suggestions, anchor chart ideas, graphic organizers to use, and engaging activities your second, third, and fourth grade students will love. Click to read more and scoop up the #teacherfreebie, too!

Are you looking for effective strategies to teach students to make valid predictions as they read? Add these prediction ideas, strategies, and tips to your lesson plans and grab a free activity and teaching points, too! This blog post also covers mentor text suggestions, anchor chart ideas, graphic organizers to use, and engaging activities your second, third, and fourth grade students will love. Click to read more and scoop up the #teacherfreebie, too!