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Reading Stations to support reading in the classroom. The Second Grade Superkids: Daily 5 Station Ideas Daily 5 Stations, Daily 5 Centers, Reading Stations, Literacy Stations, Reading Centers, Literacy Centers, Writing Centers, Reading Center Ideas, Work Stations

Daily 5 Station Ideas

Each Monday we collaborate with our building's new and Dual Language staff members for a professional development session based on what they highlight as their needs and/or desires for learning! This week we focused on Daily 5 ideas as all of our staff are currently working hard to get their stations and guided reading up and running! The teachers who attending the session came up with a variety of wonderful ideas and activities that could potentially be used throughout the year in these…

Food for thought in HS for independently engaging/extending support? Center in HS maybe? even though these are elementary. The Centered School Library: Inferencing Folders Library Center Teaching Language Arts, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy, Language Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas

What is it? A Guessing Game

Last year I made this guessing game using mini file folders and pictures from magazines. The idea originated at Childcareland. Inside is the picture. A little window is cut on the front so you have a glimpse of the picture. Clues are there for the grown ups to ask the children. Something that I would add, looking at it with fresh eyes, is the answer on the inside so they can see the word.

First Grade Rocks: Daily 5 Math.Math By Myself-love this board idea. Need to do a better math daily 5 board next year Daily 5 Reading, First Grade Reading, First Grade Classroom, 1st Grade Math, Math Classroom, Math Math, Grade 1, Second Grade, Guided Reading

Daily 5 Math.......Math By Myself

This year's Daily 5 board that includes the math options. One of the storage areas for Daily 5 Math. Build an Equation Number Puzzles Building Tallies Most of the game ideas {if not all of them} came from Renee over at The Reading Corner!!! Doing Daily 5 Math this year has worked wonders for my students' math comprehension. We start our math block {system required 90 uninterrupted minutes, which means they want straight math with no bouncing back & forth between math and RLA} with the Topic…

Daily 5 Rotation Schedule: Use this color-coded schedule to help your five groups navigate through Daily 5 Rotations. The "meet with teacher" time is built in to facilitate guided reading. Daily 5 Reading, First Grade Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading Groups, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Centers

Daily 5 Rotation Schedule

Use this color-coded schedule to help your five groups navigate through Daily 5 Rotations. The "meet with teacher" time is built in to facilitate guided reading.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Smart Board for Daily 5 Classroom Organisation, Classroom Management, Guided Reading Organization, Daily 5, Center Rotations, Center Rotation Charts, Literacy Stations, Work Stations, Literacy Centers

Lunch Linky and The Daily Five Update - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

I am joining the lunch linky party with Tara! Here’s my lunch box and contents from today Carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers and hummus. Pistachios for my snack later. I forgot to eat my pistachios and when I came into my room after school all I had left were shells all over my desk from my son. […]

Daily I like the boards that hold the info for each station. Daily Five/Workstations for bigger kids! Lots of ideas from a fourth grade classroom! Reading Stations, Literacy Stations, Reading Centers, Reading Workshop, Literacy Centers, Daily 5 Stations, Literacy Programs, Reading Groups, 5th Grade Ela

A Peek At Our Week: Characterization and Text Structure

Hello, friends! I hope that everyone had a great Monday! Last week was our first full week of the Daily Five and overall it went really we...

Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! To take their turn, students must correctly answer a question on a task card. The Effective Pictures We Offer You About retro Board Games A qualit Activity Games, Math Games, Vocabulary Games, Math Board Games, Vocabulary Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Dice Games, Strategy Games, Activity Ideas

Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards!

I'm always trying to think about new ways to use task cards since we use them so often. My students enjoy them, and they will ALWAYS tell m...

Teaching With a Mountain View: Advanced Reading Intervention Plans for Comprehension 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Reading Task Cards, Reading Intervention Classroom

Advanced Reading Intervention Plans

Last year, I spent a lot of my time with "advanced" readers. These are readers who can read lickity split and don't need any more instr...

Fluency Task Cards { Short stories for Oral Fluency Reading Practice } 32 Fluency Task Cards with varied sentence types to help your students practice their oral reading fluency! Perfect small group, whole group, or independent center fluency activity. Fluency Practice, Reading Practice, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Fluency Activities, Reading Help, Reading Groups

Fluency Task Cards | Distance Learning | Google Classroom

Fluency Task Cards { Short stories for Oral Fluency Reading Practice } 32 Fluency Task Cards with varied sentence types to help your students practice their oral reading fluency! Perfect small group, whole group, or independent center fluency activity. $

Literature Stations with Task Cards - Motivate your students with STATION work centered on Common Core topics using ANY novel, story, or drama! You get TEN different stations with detailed task cards and inviting student handouts for each. Great for diffe 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Fourth Grade, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Kindergarten Writing, English Classroom

Literature STATIONS- ANY Novel, Drama, Story - Print & Digital Distance Learning

Literature Stations with Task Cards - Motivate your students with STATION work centered on Common Core topics using ANY novel, story, or drama! You get TEN different stations with detailed task cards and inviting student handouts for each. Great for differentiation—you choose the stations that best fit the text and your students’ needs. Grades 6-7-8

Fluency Task Cards { Short stories for Oral Fluency Reading Practice } 32 Fluency Task Cards with varied sentence types to help your students practice their oral reading fluency! Perfect small group, whole group, or independent center fluency activity. Fluency Practice, Reading Practice, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Fluency Activities, Reading Help, Reading Groups

Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers

We have all heard about the shift that happens, usually between second and third grade, when students (should) go from learning to read ...

The very first time I used task cards in my classroom, I was hooked! I love task cards because these. Differentiated Instruction, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Reading, Teaching Math, Learning, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources

16 Ways to Use Task Cards

Creative Ideas and Quality Common Core Aligned Teaching Materials From My Classroom To Yours

Are you wondering how to organize the listening center in your classroom? This classroom organization tip will show teachers a clever way to organize and store student headphones. First Grade Classroom, Classroom Setting, Music Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, Future Classroom, Bilingual Classroom, Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Lessons

Let's give them something to talk about...

Finally classroom pictures are here for your viewing pleasure! I told you I would be changing the theme of my room to a Rock Star Room! Luckily, Abby at The Inspired Apple had chosen the same theme! So I used her idea for the behavior chart, as well as some of her titles for areas in the room. I also, created an I-Pod similar to hers (mine will be used as a reminder of our morning procedures). I really am happy with the outcome of my room! It is WAY truer to my personality (because I…