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Guided Reading Resource cards are perfect for helping you with your guided reading time!

Organized Guided Reading and a FREEBIE

prompting comprehension questions and printable discussion question pages that can be used with any literature book:)

Reading Centre Activity - Guided Reading, prompting comprehension questions and printable discussion question pages that can be used with any literature book:)

Excellent Guided Reading Tips!

Excellent Guided Reading Tips! I like the idea of taking notes in their readers notebooks instead of the teacher's.

So a little while back I shared my guided reading toolbox with you. If you missed that post, click {here} or the picture below. It talks about some of the goodies I keep on hand to use during my guide

How to Make the Most of Your Guided Reading Lessons (First Grade Garden)

Classroom Organization and Decor- Setting up for small group- tips and hacks for back to school set up- setting up for guided reading or small group area with organization hacks and freebies

Guided Reading Made Easy (A day in first grade)

Guided Reading Made Easy (A day in first grade)

Guided Reading FREEBIE!

Teach Your Child to Read - Teach Your Child to Read - Guided Reading FREEBIE! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Guided Reading: 1st Grade Style

Guided Reading: 1st Grade Style

Teach Your Child to Read - The Brown-Bag Teacher: Guided Reading: Grade Style - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

I love guided reading...it's my favorite time of the day! This post focuses on how I organize my favorite guided reading tools.

I love guided reading...it's my favorite time of the day! This post focuses on how I organize my favorite guided reading tools.

Students' reading levels at a glance ~ great teaching tool to help organize guided reading instruction!

For keeping track of Reading Level: Take running record of each student once a week. Each student has their own name tag with velcro on it. You move it according to what their reading level is as they progress.

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