We are all looking for Common Core Reading Lessons to help raise the bar in our classrooms.
No longer does the accountability fall only on the teacher.
The children are held to a higher standard.
When looking at my students, the standards and the end goal I wanted to come up with activities that meet the needs of all.
These 16 printable activities can be used over and over again
with different books. Samples can be found here.
Each activity focuses on one standard.
They can be used as a shared reading lesson whole group, in small groups for deeper understanding, or as independent practice.
They are NOT worksheets.
These activities need to be modeled, explained, demonstrated and truly discussed before the children should be asked to do them on their own.
In this book, there are 16 printable activities for the
If all you do after reading this eBooks is sit back, watch your children’s reading and writing abilities rise, and you will get your money's worth.
But I'm confident the information in these books will do a lot more than that for you.
I think you'll be inspired by these eBooks - and that when you begin using these activities to help your students build a love of reading and writing, you'll find it's the best money you've spent on your classroom this year.
Download these eBooks and start teaching centers in a new way within minutes....
Immediately following payment you will be able to download your eBook, and in just minutes you'll have access to Common Core Reading Lessons.
This eBook is created in Adobe Acrobat file format. (PDF file). If you don't have the Adobe software for this file, you can download and install it for free.
No-Questions-Asked Guarantee: If for any reason you don't agree that this is the best thing for your students, just email me within 8 weeks from your date of purchase - and I'll issue you a 100% refund immediately.
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I just love this resource. I have had a good read through it and like the simplicity of how concepts arr explained for students. I am currently teaching …
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This book looks like it could be used anywhere from end of Kindergarten to beginning of 2nd grade for some students. This would be introduced in small …
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