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4 Fun Read Alouds for May

It’s time for read alouds for May! For many schools, May is considered to be the home stretch. You can almost see the finish line, although the kids are acting as if we have passed the finish line and school is done! No worries, you can keep them engaged by

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What if Guided Reading Isn’t What Your Students Need?

Small group means guided reading! More. Further. Quicker! Never before has there been a push to get students to read as big as the one we’re seeing today. Somehow the powers that be think it’s ok to push children along before they’re ready, skipping over developmental milestones all in the

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March read alouds for Kindergarten

4 Fun Read Alouds for March

It’s time to talk about read alouds for March! This month is when the world seems to come alive after the long slumber of winter. The days start to get longer, and there’s something about the coming days that make you want to get out of the house! It’s also

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3 Things I Did Wrong in Writer’s Workshop

Writer’s workshop was a weird time for me at the beginning of my educational career. Writing has always been something that I can do, but not something that I like to do. Once I received an A- on a paper and my professor told me that with some effort, I

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