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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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Decoding & Word Solving Strategies MAKEOVER!

Hey Friends~ Today is all about “out with the old and in with the new”! That’s right, I’ve updated my BEST SELLER! I’ve actually already printed it and laminated it myself to begin using with my small groups at the New Year! So let me tell you what’s NEW about my BEST SELLER… New fonts! New Clip-art! New Frames! Additional Decoding and Word Solving Strategies! Colored version! Black and white version! Full page! Quarter page! Bookmark! Yes, Yes & Yes!!!…

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Guided Reading Book Study Guide ~ Literacy Professional Development!

Welcome back friends! Today I am here writing about a passion of mine, a passion of reading [besides my trashy and crafty magazines]! I mostly engage in reading about literacy instruction. I have a love of reading research and I feel like it is the most undervalued means of growing professionally. Reading, responding and reflecting with other teachers who have the same goal in mind is a valuable way to grow in your own instruction. So I’m *CALLING ALL COACHES,…

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Trade & Grade: April Word Work

Hello everyone! I’m back with the April Edition of Trade & Grade!!! This month I exchanged files with the lovely Aimee Rigsby from Taking on Second! Click HERE or on the picture above to visit Taking on Second’s Blog!  To visit Aimee’s TpT Store click HERE! To visit Taking on Second on Facebook click HERE! I had the opportunity to try out Aimee’s Super Word Work pack. Let me just start with, my kids had a lot of fun with…

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