Quality comprehension instruction is the key to developing good strong readers. These FREE printable lessons, materials and graphic organizers can help support your comprehension instruction and student learning!
Fluency is the key to comprehension and should be integrated into explicit instruction and independent practice. These FREE downloadable activities and ANCHOR CHARTS will provide you with quick meaningful activities to help your students become strong fluent readers!
Decoding is the most fundamental reading strategy all students need to become good readers. This link includes decoding activities and ANCHOR CHARTS for letter sounds, blending, digraphs, word endings, long vowels, syllabication and more!
Phonological awareness is the foundation all students need to become good strong readers. While phonological awareness is based on oral language, these activities and materials help provide students with tactile, multisensory experiences to help all them develop this first, necessary building block of reading…
We know that successful instruction is dependent upon good classroom management. Here are some FREE printable high-resolution anchor charts to assist you with your routines for partner reading, group learning, partner share and more!
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