Close Reading Strategies
Annotation and close reading strategy ideas and lessons to use in your classroom.
Get ideas and tips for differentiating multiple areas of your reading instruction such as your students' station work, guided reading groups, and word work! It's vital that we differentiate for our young readers, so that we can meet them where they are! Read this post so you can start differentiating for your kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students today!
Are you a teacher struggling with how to teach close reading? Here are 6 great ways on how to make it fun and engaging for your 3rd grade, 4th grade and 5th grade students! Angie from Fun In 5th Grade explains what close reading is and gives some great activities and strategies for teaching close reading. Using fun supplies and making annotations FUN are a couple of her great ideas! #closereading #teachingreading
62 Great Critical Thinking Questions:We’re always looking for ways to get our kids to think more deeply. Critical thinking skills are really important. So, we’ve rounded up all of the best critical thinking questions to help you get your students to the next level.