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Easy reading

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Quick and Easy Visualizing Lesson | Teaching With Haley O'Connor

This week I introduced visualizing to my little ones with a super easy and powerful lesson! Visualizing is such an important comprehension standard in primary grades! As our students delve […]

The C or K rule: Which is it? - Leaping Into Learning

The C and K rule made easy! So which one is it? And how do we know? Read this short blog to find the most simple strategies to differentiate

CVC Short A Beginning Reading Sentences! Fun free printable and no prep worksheets for reading CVC sentences for preschool, kindergarten and first grade. #phonics #freeprintable #funearlylearning

CVC Short A Beginning Reading Sentences! Fun free printable and no prep worksheets for reading CVC sentences for preschool, kindergarten and first grade. #phonics #freeprintable #funearlylearning

Phonics Poetry for Grades K-2! Students practice word families and phonemes by reading poems, illustrating them, and sorting real vs. nonsense words! Perfect to add to poetry journals throughout the year.

Do your young learners have poetry journals?! Mine do and we love them. The main question I have been asked in the past is what I put inside my journals and I created a resource to help answer that question. Most of the poems in our poetry journals are phonics poems, but I also […]

Reaing pointers how to make reading pointers for your classroom.

Makes these super easy reading pointers for your classroom or turn it into a fun hands-on activity for your kids to use while reading.

Reading Comprehension Passages

These FREE reading comprehension passages are high interest and lots of fun! They can be used as a warm up to get students settled, as homework or any time you need a quick reading exercise. Although

Teaching in Progress is written by veteran teacher and curriculum designer, Nikki Sabiston.  She shares classroom management strategies, techniques, and ideas and creates teaching resources to enhance literacy, math, and behavior management in the elementary classroom.

When teaching small group guided lessons, I move through 18+ students in an hour on at least 3 different books a day and as many as 10 separate lesson plans a week. It is easy to jumble up all those kids and strategies in my head and not have a good grasp of who knows what. I really like the lesson plan templates we use in my school (Jan Richardson), but the form didn't serve my OCD needs for charting the kids' strategy use. So I created a chart and inserted it into the lesson plan template…

Help your struggling readers learn to read with these simple sentences for kindergarten! Place them in your writing centers, morning work tubs or in literacy rotations! The pictures add an added element of fun while students use sight words to read these sentences. #kinderscan #readandreveal

Help your struggling readers learn to read with these simple sentences for kindergarten! Place them in your writing centers, morning work tubs or in literacy rotations! The pictures add an added element of fun while students use sight words to read these sentences. #kinderscan #readandreveal

Phoneme segmentation & blending made easy with these tips and tricks for small group instruction!  These are the perfect phonemic awareness activities for your guided reading lessons or literacy centers!  Check out this color coded trick for teaching directionality and segmenting with CVC words!

Hi, friends! Today, I'd like to talk about phoneme segmentation. Stretching out CVC words can be such a tricky skill for some of our little learners. You all know what I mean! Sometimes, identifying each