Holiday Emergent Readers for Pre-K and Kindergarten
Looking for festive holiday emergent readers to help students build a strong foundation of reading skills? This batch of five DRA level A holiday-themed books is for you! They are perfect for Pre-K and Kindergarten! A great addition to any holiday lesson plans for early readers. #prek #kindergarten #reading #teacherresources
Fall Short Vowel Sort - Playdough To Plato
Are your little readers working on reading short vowel words this fall? This sort is the perfect way to practice reading simple words while identifying the medial short vowel sound with a fun seasonal twist. It’s the perfect addition to your library of early childhood education curriculum activities. #learningactivities #shortvowelsort #readingfreebies #vowelfreebies
Phonics Games That Make Learning to Read Fun - Playdough To Plato
Teaching kids to read is one of the most important tasks a kindergarten and first grade teacher has. Emerging readers will love these phonics games and activities. They offer motivating ways to practice vowel sounds, beginning sounds, letter blends, and digraphs making them a fun addition to your kindergarten and grade 1 teaching activities. Learning to read is more fun than ever! #kindergarten #prek #preschool #kindergartenactivities #preschoolactivities #firstgrade
Rhyming Turkey Cards - Playdough To Plato
These Thanksgiving themed rhyming turkey cards are a great way to get your Pre-K or Kindergarten students practicing important skills that set them up to learn how to read. This is a low prep free activity that is easy to add to your November lesson plans!
Thanksgiving Book - Playdough To Plato
This free Thanksgiving book is perfect for helping your Pre-K and Kindergarten students practice fluency and reading while learning about yummy Thanksgiving foods!
How to Teach Reading Comprehension
Perfect for kids in kindergarten through middle school, these reading comprehension strategies and activities for struggling readers will not disappoint!
Kindergarten Reading Passages with CVC Word Families - A Teachable Teacher
Kindergarten reading passages are the perfect way for beginning readers to practice building reading fluency and reading comprehension. They use only CVC words and sight words so you can ensure to build confidence in your newest readers.
35 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension
Borrow from the best! These teachers have created amazingly effective anchor charts for reading comprehension skills. You're going to love them all!
Lesson Planning Cheat Sheets - Playdough To Plato
Lesson planning cheat sheets that help you pick "just right" reading lessons for small groups and struggling readers!
Free Reading Cheat Sheets
TONS of ideas for teaching reading fluency, reading comprehension... even pre-reading skills! #teachingreading #readingteacher #firstgrade #kindergarten #prek #learningtoread #teachingtools
100 Funny Chapter Books for Kids
Funny chapter books for kids that will make kids and parents chuckle, laugh, giggle and snort milk out of their noses. Watch out!
20 Reading Comprehension Questions for Kids!
Free printable of 20 favorite reading comprehension questions to ask during read alouds. Just print the list and keep it in your favorite reading spot. Then pick two or three different questions to ask each time you read together. Easy peasy! #readingcomprehension #learningtoread #iteachk #iteachfirst #iteachsecond
Nonfiction Text Features Folder - This Reading Mama
Use this free printable to help your learners make a nonfiction text features folder. Learners write the purpose and include examples under each flap.
Comprehension during shared reading - The Measured Mom
Shared reading is an essential piece of balanced literacy. We can use it to teach our students the skills they’ll need as they advance to higher levels in reading. In today’s post I’m sharing tips for teaching reading comprehension during your shared reading lessons. Have you been following along in my series about shared reading? […]
Reading Comprehension Cootie Catcher
FREE reading comprehension cootie catchers! What a fun ideas for second graders to check their comprehension and expand their writing!
Key Ideas and Details - Questions To Ask While Reading - Babbling Abby
Check out this free set of questions that students should ask while they are reading. They are great for kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade students. Each question is Common Core aligned and lists the standard at the bottom.