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Reading Levels Explained for Parents!

Preparing for another year of reading level assessments? Do you always conference with parents about their child’s progress? Then this post is for you! The reading level letters cover all DRA Levels 1-30 along with covering Levels A-Z. To be honest, if a parent does not have an education background or is not using various resources to supplement reading instruction at home then they don’t understand reading levels. So that is why I created this product! The Rationale:  It’s all…

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Data Meetings and Analyzing Data

Truth: We collect all this data and leave it because of time constraints. Truth: We collect all this data and don’t change instruction for various reasons. Truth: We collect all this data and just look at it briefly until next time. Does this sound familiar? It’s very common, data can be time consuming and the purpose of it is hard to get to sometimes. Do you, your team or school struggle with analyzing data? Do you hold Data Meetings? Many educators…

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Guided Reading Organization and Documentation Simplified! Plus MORE!!!

Keeping it simple and organized! Isn’t that what everyone’s about? Everything I am about to share with you, I USED in the classroom! They are so simple and easy to use, which makes them a favorite of mine. So you can say they’ve been tested and implemented with success! Before I get started, everything I’m about to show you below has just been updated. So if you own any of the 3 products below, go re-download!  Questions: Do you keep…

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Balance Training! The Secret Powers of the Tightrope! [BALANCED LITERACY!]

Part 1: Professional Development Recap If you are new to teaching or a veteran teacher, hopefully at some point you have been introduced to Balance Literacy. It’s nothing new, an oldie but goodie that unfortunately is overlooked in many instructional approaches daily in classrooms. Sometimes it’s because of time constraints, overwhelmed with non-instructional tasks, tired and defeated or the passion and love is gone. A balanced literacy approach gives access to learning for all students. It’s a form of differentiation in which…

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Reading Level Growth Documentation!

Hello Friends~ I’m blogging today over at my collaborative blog Teacher Deals and Dollar Steals. I’ll be there each month on the 25th! Click below to follow me over on my blog. I have a $1.00 deal for you that will last the next 3 days!!! This deal will be $1.00 from Sunday, October 25th – Tuesday, October 27th!!! My $1.00 deal is… Reading Level Growth Data Pack This pack is simple and powerful for teachers to use when tracking…

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