Category: Literacy Small Groups

What is the Simple View of Reading?

The simple view of reading has been a big part of the science of reading that is sweeping across educational circles. But what is it exactly, and how can we use it to inform our instruction? It’s no secret that reading problems in students have grown exponentially in recent years.

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What is the Science of Reading?

The term “science of reading” has been thrown out there a lot, but I’m not sure that I have found a clear, concise definition for it that didn’t sound like it was written by a scientist. Have you ever wondered what exactly IS the science of reading? Today I want

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Easy Alphabet Arc Activities

Easy Alphabet Arc Activities

Do you have an alphabet arc, but you aren’t quite sure what to do with it? The purpose of an alphabet arc is to help students gain speed, accuracy, and automaticity in letter recognition. Head on over to learn more and grab your freebie!

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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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FREE CONCEPTS OF PRINT LESSONS

Learn how to create positive literacy experiences right from the start!