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Daily Warm-Ups: Reading

Start each day with a new warm-up! These short, self-contained activities can be used in lot of ways in your classroom. "Bell ringers" will get your students' brains…  learn more

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25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area

Reading is simply a sequence of symbol interpretation. By understanding that letters make sounds, we can blend those sounds together to make whole sounds that symbolize meaning we…  learn more

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SIX STRATEGIES FOR BOOSTING READING COMPREHENSION

One big area of learning on most elementary educators’ minds? Reading comprehension. We all want our students to be strong readers who read for both information and enjoyment.…  learn more

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KidsReadNow

With the input of K-5 educators, each engagement activity is carefully crafted to help your students build relationships, interact with the world around them, think outside the box,…  learn more

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6 Elementary Reading Strategies That Really Work

Strategies like choral reading and ear reading improve students’ reading fluency, expand their vocabulary, and increase their confidence. We know that learning how to read is essential for…  learn more

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NEW READING TOOLS TO THE RESCUE FROM GOOGLE AND MICROSOFT

Google and Microsoft continue to announce exciting new tools that enhance reading. Let’s take a moment to review their contributions to improving reading skills.  written by Miguel Guhlin June 26,…  learn more

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Reading Rockets: Classroom Strategies

Our library provides teachers with effective, research-based classroom strategies to help build and strengthen literacy skills in phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing. Esteban Bachelet July…  learn more

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Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies

Teaching reading comprehension strategies plays an important role in students’ ability to comprehend and respond to text read.  learn more

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DIGITAL TOOLS FOR DYSLEXIC STUDENTS

TCEA TechNotes. Dyslexia is a learning disorder affecting a person’s reading, writing, and spelling ability. There are many ways teachers can support dyslexic students, including allowing them to…  learn more

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GOING BEYOND DIGITAL LITERACY: FOSTERING READERS AS LEARNERS

TCEA TechNotes. Open your favorite website (maybe you are already on it!). What do you notice on the page? What percentage is text, pictures, videos, ads, or links? Chances…  learn more

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18 Free, Fun, and Interactive Google Slides for Teaching Phonics and Sight Words

Find lots of online fun for early readers. Whether you’re working in person or teaching online, chances are you’re using Google Slides a lot these days. It’s a great…  learn more

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Reading 101: A Guide to Teaching Reading and Writing

Reading 101 is a self-paced professional development course for K-3 teachers, developed by Reading Rockets. The program provides teachers with an in-depth knowledge of reading and writing so…  learn more

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The 5 Stages of Reading Development

Reading is a complex, multifaceted skill that unfolds over time. It is an advanced thinking process that requires the integration of many skills, such as phonemic awareness, phonics,…  learn more

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Red Rocket Readers Teacher Tools & Resources

Within the covers of each Red Rocket Reader is a set of useful tools designed to support and guide the teacher.  learn more

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Get Our Free Reading Comprehension Strategies Bundle

When it comes to teaching reading comprehension strategies, templates are a teacher’s best friend. That’s why we created these printables, and we designed them so that you could…  learn more