Most Popular Teaching Resources: Rolling Through the Text

Rolling Through the Text

A guided reading favorite. Engage your students in your guided reading groups with this before, during, and after reading activity. Students simply roll the dice, determine the sum and answer

An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills

READING ACTIVITY An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills after reading a book as a class students pair up or get in small groups and roll the dice and answer the questions.

Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!

Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!

FREE story elements activity! Great for Guided Reading or centers! Hits CCSS!

Guided reading skill: I enjoyed reading this site because she explained basic worksheets are also good. This worksheet has questions in which students read their books first and then explain what they read.

GUIDED READING GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR COMPREHENSION - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension

Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

Miss Richardson-Independent reading activities kind of like our novel contract

Miss Richardson-Independent reading activities kind of like our novel contract . Would be great to keep kids accountable for reading center.

This is a great resource that teachers can help their students to use in understanding a text and comprehending it. There are six different categories with specific teaching points under each of them to help students better navigate the text.

Questions to Ask About Reading

Although its geared for school.It's still a good reminder to use when writing in all things. Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading.

This post has 10 examples of quick, meaningful follow-up activities that you can use at the end of your guided reading lessons - and the materials are FREE to download!!

10 Post-Reading Activities for K-2 Guided Reading Lessons

Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

Guided reading/small group vocabulary game: Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

Dice Games - non fiction, fiction, spelling, dictionary, thesaurus: Have each student roll the dice and complete the assignment.  Great seat work during guided.

Dice Games - non fiction, fiction, spelling, dictionary, thesaurus: Have each student roll the dice and complete the assignment. Great seat work during guided reading

Guided Reading question cubes made from foam dollar store dice!

A Love for Teaching: Question Cubes and Prompt Sticks. Question dice made with large foam dice from the dollar store.

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Guided Reading: A little novelty goes a LONG way!

Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question from the read aloud or make these for my small group/ guided reading groups

Organize your guided reading binder with these FREE forms. These forms will help you make your groups, schedule your groups, and keep track of group data and progress.

Guided Reading Binder for Upper Elementary {Free Forms

Organize your guided reading binder with these FREE forms. BY JENNIFER FINDLEY These forms will help you make your groups, schedule your groups, and keep track of group data and progress.

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