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How to Teach Students to Ask Questions When they Read – First Reading Lesson Plans of the Year

How to Teach Students to Ask Questions When they Read – First Reading Lesson Plans of the Year

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Teaching Main Idea and Details

Teaching Main Idea and Details

This week in my classroom I'm going to be teaching my students to find the main idea and supporting details of a paragraph. I have to say..... this is one of my FAVORITE units! We spend a few weeks on the skill, but we continuously go back to it throughout the year....

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Teaching Suffixes

Teaching Suffixes

This week in my classroom it's been all about SUFFIXES!! We started out with an anchor chart and some fun puzzles! My students worked with partners to solve a set of puzzles... I used the second set of puzzles as a center/literacy station. I printed on colored paper...

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Teaching Dialogue and Point of View

Teaching Dialogue and Point of View

It's MARCH!!! WOOHOOO! But... it's also been SNOWING all day. I'm ready for SPRING. I'm SO OVER indoor recess! My kids need to go outside to play! Heck... I need to go outside to play! On another note... I just uploaded one of my favorite units. So, I'm celebrating...

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Teaching Shades of Meaning

Teaching Shades of Meaning

I hope each of you have enjoyed some rest and relaxation during your Christmas Break! I've had the best week with my family! We made some gingerbread houses, played a lot of games, Beckett got a haircut (without sitting on my lap!!), and we really just had a lot of...

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Teaching Prefixes

Teaching Prefixes

I can't even believe it's almost NOVEMBER. My baby is THREE. It doesn't seem right! He should still be in diapers!! I'm loving this school year!!! I love my class... I always do!! BUT... it's extra special having my girls at school with me each day!!  Our five minute...

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Context Clues: Becoming Word Savvy

Context Clues: Becoming Word Savvy

Fall is HERE.... Well, it might be fall season... but it's still 85 degrees here in Kentucky.  I would take the 85 degrees  if I had a pool in my backyard.... I'm working really hard to convince my husband that we NEED a pool...ha! I'm not thinking it's going to work!...

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Worms and NOUNS

Worms and NOUNS

Well.... We've made it through 16 FULL days of first grade! My students have learned the rules and procedures. I've completed A LOT of assessments and I'm really getting to know my students. I'm positive that it's going to be a GREAT year! It's also pretty awesome...

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Prepositions

Prepositions

In our classroom we have been learning all about prepositions. I usually hate teaching grammar, but these hands-on reading units have made it so much more fun! I started off by introducing prepositions with a song... These songs were PERFECT!! If you play them, be...

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