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A Glimpse at Shared Reading and a Facebook FREEBIE

Shared Reading: This is a great example of a shared reading weekly guide. It's perfect for the students who are struggling with retelling. Of course this weekly guide needs to be flexible as well.

40 Sight Word Poems for Shared Reading (For Beginning Readers)

40 Sight Word Poems for Shared Reading (For Beginning Readers)

Shared reading instruction can seem tricky, but it doesn't have to be! This how-to guide makes it super simple and manageable! I love what they do after a week of instruction, too!

How to Implement Shared Reading

This website is a great tool for Shared Reading strategies. The author defines Shared Reading, explains what is needed to implement it, gives suggestions for tools you can use, and describes how she used this strategy in her classroom specifically.

Poetry Shared Reading in Kindergarten-highlight the sight words-40 POEMS

Shared Reading: Poetry notebooks in kinder are fun and interactive. During shared reading a poem will be read and the students will highlight the sight word they see (together with teacher assistance).

Take a closer look at how to do shared reading in the primary grades!

What is Shared Reading?

What is shared reading? Shared reading is an instructional strategy that can be used to teach many different reading skills (comprehension, fluency.

I created this set of sight word poems to use during my shared reading time in my Kindergarten classroom. This set of 40 poems will provide you with one poem for each week of school. These predictable poems are filled with sight words so that your kinders can learn their sight words in "text." My kinders will highlight the sight words and keep them in a poetry notebook.

40 Sight Word Poems for Shared Reading (For Beginning Readers)

I have bundled up 10 of my Sight Word Poems for Shared Reading sets to create a year long poetry bundle for you. This bundle includes my best seller 40 Sight Word Poems for Shared Reading, my 26 Alphabet Poems for Shared Reading, my Color Words Poems for

This shared reading chart is great for teachers  and students. Teachers can use this guide to assist them when planning their students weekly lessons and activities. Students can use the chart as a reminder of what "good readers" do before, during, and after reading.

This is a useful chart for both teachers and students. It helps teachers plan lessons for the week, but more importantly, it helps students remember how to be good readers, even when doing a read aloud.

Shared reading instruction can seem pointless, but it truly is so important to balanced literacy! These tools are a great way to help you get started!

How to Implement Shared Reading

Shared reading instruction can seem pointless, but it truly is so important to balanced literacy! These tools are a great way to help you get started!

This shared reading weekly guide is a great help for getting stared with implementing shared reading!

A Glimpse at Shared Reading and a Facebook FREEBIE

This shared reading weekly guide is a great help for getting stared with implementing shared reading!

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