Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Read it, find it, write it! FREEBIE




I am excited to share with you the 100th activity that I upload on my Teachers Pay Teacher store! I hope you find it useful in your class.
It has been two years since I started my little store and it has been growing steadily thanks to you. As a thank you, this is a forever freebie. If there are things you need in your classroom but you don’t have the time to create, please e-mail me and let me know. I would love to know what you need/want in your classroom, and will try my best to create or direct you to the right resource. 

Here are two free resources for your young readers:

How to make independent reading meaningful?
How often do your students say: “I’m done reading” while reading independently? You really want to ask them comprehension questions, tell them to read it one more time before taking a test on the computer, but how do you really know they have consciously read the book? This story map is a great way to get students thinking about what they read.

Click here or on the picture to download



How to integrate reading and writing?
What activities do youse to practice the letter and/or color of the week? How about the high frequency words and/or vocabulary words? Integrate reading and writing by using this activity where students have to find all this information while reading a book. Download to read how you can differentiate this activity for your students.

Click here or on the picture to download




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