Hi all, Been home sick with what feels like the flu for 2 days. Yuck! I hate being still even when I’m sick, so I’ve been working off an on, on revising my guided reading binder so that I’m focusing more on the common core than I have been doing.
Ok, so I’m totally in love with this thing called lap books. I was looking for something online to help me design a project for my gifted group to work on during reading groups time and I stumbled across some pages of lap books. And, well, of course I got
Teacher: “What do you think the author is trying to teach you in this story?Student: “Ah…uh” <<fidgets in seat and stares at the ceiling>> “Uh… to read good?” I replay this scenario over and over while administering the DRA assessment. My students, despite being good readers, who read fluently and
I found this adorable book sign in at The Elementary Library Routines Wikispace. I talked to my students about how you are expected to sign in a patient at the doctor or the hospital to let the doctor know what the trouble was. Then we practiced filling out the forms