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Teach Your Child To Read - Here are some of the top tips, tricks, ideas, strategies, for teaching first grade and the first grade classroom. - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!

Schema...background knowledge...it's so cute to  hear my kiddos say "I'm using my schema"  it cracks me up.  Love it

Schema Anchor Chart: Schema, our mental filing cabinet, is a key element of my theory! Schema can help readers use semantic cues.

This is good to teach kiddos how to change their voice when their reading. Many don't do this.

Fluency - Anchor chart for voice. Create this anchor chart together in large group to introduce importance of voice in reading fluency .

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New anchor chart for revise vs. This is definitely an area kids struggle with! Can be posted in your classroom to help students know the difference.

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Here are a few great anchor charts on Punctuation and Types of Sentences from around the web: Image Only - Do you know the original s.

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What makes a paragraph a 'paragraph' chart. I love this, could be used as a class discussion of what we need to have in our paragraphs. This chart breaks down the mechanics of a paragraph for students that may need the extra help and visualization.

Following Optimism in 2nd Grade: Lots and lots of anchor charts...

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Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose. I like this chart and would like to have one in my own classroom.

This post is going to be full of randomness!   Our author study for this month is David Shannon. We've been loving all of his books, especia...

10 - Retelling Retelling or summarizing is an important check on comprehension—can the student identify the main events and characters of the story?

Persuasive Writing Chart!

This Persuasive Writing anchor chart helps students understand the purpose, and how to persuade an audience. Therefore, students can use this anchor chart to help guide why and how to do persuasive writing.

"Children's ability to read fluently does than make them sound like good readers; it is evidence that they comprehend what they are reading" (Worthy & Prater, 2002, 294).

Reading fluently -checklist- "Children's ability to read fluently does than make them sound like good readers; it is evidence that they comprehend what they are reading" (Worthy & Prater,

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Anchor charts help "anchor" students' thinking to specific strategies and ideas. They direct learning and provide students with reminders o.

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