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Elementary reading activities

Enhance your child's reading skills with these fun and interactive elementary reading activities. Explore top ideas to make learning enjoyable and effective for young readers.
Are you looking for a way to encourage and motivate your students to read or just a fun activity for to celebrate reading month? This Reading Bingo is always a big hit and favorite for early elementary students. This no-prep, printable reading activity can be used by classroom teachers, librarians, and homeschool families. Click on the picture to learn more about and print this Dr. Seuss inspired activity for FREE! #readingmonth #readingbingo #freeprintable #drseussactivity #drseuss Motivation, Reading, Literacy, Reading Bingo, Reading Challenge, Reading Incentives, Literacy Night, Elementary Reading Activities, Literacy Day

Are you looking for a way to encourage and motivate your students to read or just a fun activity for to celebrate reading month? This Reading Bingo is always a big hit and favorite for early elementary students. This no-prep, printable reading activity can be used by classroom teachers, librarians, and homeschool families. Click on the picture to learn more about and print this Dr. Seuss inspired activity for FREE! #readingmonth #readingbingo #freeprintable #drseussactivity #drseuss

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ABC's of Literacy
Reading Teacher, Reading Classroom, School Reading, Teaching Ela, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Main Idea 2nd Grade, Learning, Elementary Literacy

If you’re new around here, you may not know that I am ALWAYS preaching on and on about managing your time in the classroom efficiently , especially when it comes to centers. This is because I am of the firm belief that centers clear space for the best teaching you can possibly give: small group

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Charlotte Reid
An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills Coaching, Anchor Charts, Reading Comprehension, Pre K, English, Daily 5, 4th Grade Reading, 2nd Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Reading

Our principal has really been encouraging us to add more writing into our daily lesson plans. "They should be writing all day long" he tells us. The research is there to back him up. I bumped into this Roll and Retell page from Fun In First on Pinterest awhile back and finally figured out how to add it to our learning day. I printed and laminated four copies of the Roll and Retell page to hand out to each of my four table groups. After a round of Daily 5 I handed them out. I also gave each…

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Confidence Meets Parenting with Jill Riley