This is a handy chart to easily convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR levels with grade level equivalencies as well as reading development stages. The color coding is a system I used to label my books in first grade and found it especially handy when I was a reading specialist.

I felt like this was an extremely useful chart to use to convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR levels with grade level equivalencies as well as reading development stages. The color coding makes it extremely easy and handy to code classroom books too!

This one might be a little biased because I am a reading specialist, but I am trying to make a case for reading, reading, and reading. It's from the heart.

6 Things the Reading Specialist Wants Teachers to Know

This one might be a little biased because I am a reading specialist, but I am trying to make a case for reading, reading, and reading. It'

1. Florida Center for Reading Research: Tools for tutoring or intervention with a struggling reader? You must go to this site. Broken down into the 5 different components of literacy, this site has lessons, games, and resources for all your reading intervention needs. Just print and you are ready to teach. It is seriously a...Read More »

websites for reading intervention to support struggling readers

Diagnostic and formative. What steps students should progress through. They aren't necessarily linear.

This Reading Skills Step Ladder can serve as a planning curriculum guide for grades or a reading intervention guide, giving a quick and easy "at a glance" view of how students can become proficient readers. It starts at the most basic beginning skills

Reading intervention should be powerful and easy to prep! This BIG intervention binder for your beginning readers is ink-friendly and can be used over and over again with the use of sheet protectors and dry erase markers. Intervention tools will be at you

Reading Intervention Binder for Beginning Readers No Prep ELA

This BIG intervention binder for your beginning readers is ink-friendly and can be used over and over again with the use of sheet protectors and dry erase markers. This binder covers: * letter identification * letter naming * letter sounds * phoneme segm

Tales of a Reading Specialist: My New Favorite Tool: Livebinders!

Instead of sifting through piles of worksheets, create a “master book” to help organize your papers and keep them in one place. Keep one copy of every important worksheet. Place them in a binder with dividers for each month.

27 reading skills & strategies reference charts!

Reading Skills and Strategies Reference Charts

Teach Your Child to Read - 27 reading skills strategies reference charts! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

These parent reading level letters help to explain the characteristics of students independent and instructional reading levels. Great for conferences and to model for parents!

Preparing for another year of reading level assessments? Do you always conference with parents about their child’s progress? The reading level letters cover all DRA…

FREE Miscue Analysis Menu for Visual Errors (MsJordanReads)

Miscue Analysis Menu for Visual Errors (MsJordanReads)

Guided Reading: How to get students excited about it! |

Guided Reading: How to get students excited about it!

Get your students excited about guided reading by using tools and tricks to increase engagements. Students will be excited to come to the guided reading group to use finger lights, reading phones and mini whiteboards.

here are some solid guided reading questions that can be modified for different grades and abilities something like this could be useful all the way through sixth grade

Guided Reading Questions

Teach Your Child to Read - Teach Your Child to Read - Guided Reading Questions Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Decoding drills for fluency are a perfect and fun way for kindergarten and first graders to practice decoding words. They help build speed and automaticity, which improves reading fluency. They also make great reading intervention activities. I love that they are differentiated and include real and nonsense words.

Decoding Drills for Phonics Fluency

Decoding drills for fluency are a perfect and fun way for kindergarten and first graders to practice decoding words. They help build speed and automaticity, which improves reading fluency. They also make great reading intervention activities.

This chart is a great professional document for teachers, reading specialist, coaches or principals. It lays out a school or district’s intervention, enrichment, core program and assessment options for each grade level. It is color coded for easy readability. Red is Tier 3, Yellow is Tier 2 and Green is Tier 1. It can be changed for your school, just drop in the interventions you have in the boxes provided. (cost 5.00)

Intervention Options Chart for Teachers

This chart is a great professional document for teachers, reading specialist, coaches or principals. It lays out a school or district’s interventi.

Use Small Group Reading Warm Ups To Maximize Your Time At The Small Group Table: Sight Word Ideas and Activities, Fluency and Book Baskets, and Organization Ideas!

Use Small Group Reading Warm Ups To Maximize Your Time At The Small Group Table: Sight Word Ideas and Activities, Fluency and Book Baskets, and Organization Ideas!

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