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Third Grade Reading

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Improve Student Reading Fluency Even When You're Not Around — The Simple Classroom

Activities that boost fluency all year long…and that you only have to prep once!

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Teaching Students to Visualize

Visualizing the text is such an important strategy used for building your students’ reading comprehension. It is very versatile as it can be used in different ways with students of all ages and reading levels. I

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How to Make a Guided Reading Schedule - Learning at the Primary Pond

Wondering how to make a guided reading schedule? Learn a step by step process for Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade clasrooms!

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Main Idea and Details Activities

This main idea and details sentence sort activity is a great way to get students thinking about HOW details support a main idea. They will use higher-order thinking skills as they justify their answer.

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How to Survive the Winter Holidays as a Teacher • Caffeinated and Creative

The winter holidays are the busiest and most chaotic time! Read on for a post chock full of ideas, tips, books, and much more for the season!

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Reading Worksheets | Third Grade Reading Worksheets

This is the third grade reading section. Reading is the skill or action or reading written or printed matter silently or aloud.

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4 Practical Tips for the Best Guided Reading Schedule

Learn how to include all components of guided reading with these guided reading schedule tips and make the most of your time with each group.

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Reading Logs for Comprehension and Nightly Reading - Miss DeCarbo

Learn how these reading logs build comprehension skills during my students' nightly reading routine! Students practice the comprehension skills and strategies we learned at school using their take-home books. The focus is on reading for meaning- not getting a parent signature!

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