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Practically No Prep Listening Center: Freebie #1. QR codes for 12 video read alouds. Safe Share links (no ads!) and FREE FREE FREE! Add to your listening center, like, yesterday.

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FREE Printable Leveled reading books: uses small-group instruction and developmentally appropriate books called leveled books. This approach recognizes that a wide range of reading ability exists within any grade level or age group, and that reading at the appropriate levels ensures success.

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FREE reading websites for kids! Perfect for Daily 5. Pinning so I don't forget to try all of these literacy sites school year. My reluctant readers will love these. Free teaching websites are the best!

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Students read a picture book in pairs. After reading they roll a dice and the corresponding number instructs them to apply a certain comprehension strategy - make a text to self connection, retell, determine importance, use questioning, visualizing, infer The set includes one game card for teachers to photocopy for each game. Please see my other free products to download this game for grades 3-6.

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FREE!! Download and print a sheet of QR codes for your classroom listening library! Students simply scan the codes with any QR App to watch books read aloud. All QR codes are links to YouTube videos via the website SafeShare.TV. The site enables your students to not see any adds on the sides of the video. Use these QR codes during a variety of times in your day including Daily Five, Language Arts lessons and free time for students!

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This is a really helpful list for parents to make read aloud time an interactive experience. Research shows that kids get the most out of reading when a parent helps them interact with the text. These prompts include most of the reading comprehension strategies.

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