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School reading

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In first grade reading comprehension is something new, challenging, and difficult to teach because even though they're all 6 or 7 they're de...

In first grade reading comprehension is something new, challenging, and difficult to teach because even though they’re all 6 or 7 they’re developmentally so different. Head over to my blog to get this comprehension page. Depending on what grade you teach it’d be great for: homework individual assessment small groups partners intervention challenging gifted students ... Read More about Reading Comprehension

Middle School ELA Schedule (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Year-Long Pacing) - The Hungry Teacher

My Middle School ELA Class Period and Daily Schedule for Reading Writing and Grammar Lessons I think one of the most frequently asked questions I get is about my schedule. The questions range from my daily, weekly, monthly, and year long schedules, so I thought I would answer some of those questions here. I don’t ... Read more

Is it possible to have accountability for students' at home reading (homework…

Want to know how to ensure at-home reading accountability without using reading logs for elementary students? Read this blog post to learn how I got rid of reading logs and implemented status of the class instead to instill a love of reading and support students in their daily reading habits both at

FREE 100th day of school ideas perfect for kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students. Kids will love the fun activities and the learning will feel like a party! #100thdayofschool #100thdayofschoolideas #mrswintersbliss

100th day of school ideas perfect for kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students. Kids will love the fun activities and the learning will feel like a party!

How to Improve Your Law School Reading Skills - The Legal Duchess

I feel like it is no secret that law school requires a ton of reading. It is a huge part of being a lawyer so naturally, it should be a big part of the process of becoming a lawyer. I have always been an avid reader. I was not uncommon for my middle school self to check 20-30 books at a time out from our local library because I would buzz through them so fast. My parents had to take the nightstand light out of my room because I would stay up until the wee hours of the morning reading. When…

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