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Teaching reading

Discover proven strategies and techniques for teaching reading to students. Enhance their literacy skills and foster a love for reading with these top ideas.
These adorable sight word fluecny passages will help your kindergarten students memorize their words FAST - print FREE flash cards and assessment checklists over on the blog, plus print freebie activities to try for yourself! Perfect for your classroom guided reading groups - distance learning if you're teaching virtually or kindergarte homeschool #kindergarten #sightwords #kindergartenreading Sight Words Kindergarten Activities, Phonics Kindergarten, Teaching Phonics, Preschool Lessons, Preschool Learning Activities, Kindergarten Reading Activities Phonics, Sight Word Activities Preschool, Activities For Students, Kindergarden Reading

These adorable sight word fluecny passages will help your kindergarten students memorize their words FAST - print FREE flash cards and assessment checklists over on the blog, plus print freebie activities to try for yourself! Perfect for your classroom guided reading groups - distance learning if you're teaching virtually or kindergarte homeschool #kindergarten #sightwords #kindergartenreading

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Linda Ransom
Reading Freebies, Guided Reading Kindergarten, Guided Reading Activities, Guided Reading Lessons, Guided Reading Groups, Teaching Literacy, Reading Classroom, Reading Skills, Reading Writing

Learn the ins and outs of how to teach a guided reading lesson. From prereading activities to word work to assessing students through performance assessment, you will find helpful tips and strategies to teach students how to read.

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Ran Vil
Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Reading Writing, Learning

Vowel Teams are tough! In fact, many kids can’t successfully decode and encode (read and spell) until they understand these higher-level concepts. The problem is that many teachers never had explicit instruction in phonics themselves. The result is we have an ambiguous, co

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Sherree Wilkinson