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Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!

Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

This printable includes tips for : integrating reading in our daily activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!

Balanced Literacy - Reading {Part Two} The At Home Connection {Freebie!}

Balanced Literacy - Reading {Part Two} The At Home Connection {Freebie! Letter to parents about reading at home. Chunk suggestions for parents.

At Home Reading Support for Parents {Freebie}

Help provide support for your parents when your students take home books to read at home. Parents don't always have "reading-teacher-language" on the tip of their tongues to compliment and/or support their readers.

AWESOME parent communication/involvement!

Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home

Reading for comprehension. Speak to your kids after they read with you.

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT- Reading for comprehension questions. This list includes prompts you can ask kids after they read with you.

Literacy at Home: Parents are the most important part of Learning to Read.

Literacy at Home: Parents are the most important part of Learning to Read.

Sandra's savvy teaching tips: Literacy at Home: Parents are the most important part of Learning to Read.

Are you looking for a great newsletter to send to parents each month? This one focuses on reading and writing and includes tips, resources, activities, and ways to get the reluctant reader reading

Parent Connection Newsletter ~ Issue #3

Parent Connection Newsletter ~ Issue Are you looking for a great newsletter to send to parents each month? This one focuses on reading and writing and includes tips, resources, activities, and ways to get the reluctant reader reading

FREE Phonics-Based Reading Passages Fluency and Skill Based Reading Comprehension Notebook (ALL YEAR). This free printable includes comprehension, fluency, vocabulary and writing. A great resource for teachers that will save you time and energy. These phonics activities exemplify engaging learning strategies with simple instructions and interactive activities.Click here to get your free printable pages.

Phonics-Based Reading Passages & Phonemic Awareness

FREE Phonics-Based Reading Passages Fluency and Skill Based Reading Comprehension Notebook (ALL YEAR). This free printable includes comprehension, fluency, vocabulary and writing. A great resource for teachers that will save you time and energy. These pho

Straightforward, specific tips to help families support young readers - love it!

Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents integrating reading into our daily family activities.

Reading intervention Activities. Everything is ready for your class. Just print and go! These reading activities are perfect for:Fluency practice, Guided Reading, RTI, Parent volunteers, Morning work, & Homework. Little readers will practice reading: Letter sounds, Digraphs, Blends, Vowel teams, Diphthongs , R-controlled vowels, CVC words, Words with blends digraphs and vowel teams, Sight words, & Short phrases/sentences.

Reading Intervention NO PREP

Reading intervention Everything in this pack is ready for your class. Just print and go! These reading activities are perfect for: Fluency practice Guided

How do I teach my child to read? These strategies give ideas and tips for teaching struggling readers to gain literacy skills.

Reading milestones give parents suggestions for tracking their kids' development, but they still sometimes are left asking: How do I teach my child to read? These strategies give ideas and tips for teaching struggling readers to gain literacy skills.

This take-home brochure is designed to share an understanding of fluency with parents. Nine activities focused on promoting and supporting a growth of fluency are shared with parents in a way to make learning fun for children. The activities described use household items to teach this important reading skill to ensure that classroom practices transfer to home and the real world.

This take-home brochure is designed to share an understanding of fluency with parents. Nine activities focused on promoting and supporting a growth of fluency are shared with parents in a way to make learning fun for children. The activities described use household items to teach this important reading skill to ensure that classroom practices transfer to home and the real world.

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Updates, Small Group, and a FREEBIE

Keeping Parents informed is important. Grab a book bag parent letter and bookmark HERE!