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For kinder and first graders, retelling is a major standard. Here's a fun way to keep your kids learning and engaged in retelling!

For kinder and first graders, retelling is a major standard. Here's a fun way to keep your kids learning and engaged in retelling!

Retell and Sequence story in correct order. Glue on sentence strip to make a hat.

Brown Bear Sequencing

Retell and Sequence story in correct order. Glue on sentence strip to make a hat.

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Retelling and Sequencing Puzzle

I am so happy with our new Sight Word Scoops!  I know....the ice-cream scoops are out of control :)  We have CVC Scoops , Math Scoops ,  Beg...

I am so happy with our new Sight Word Scoops! I know....the ice-cream scoops are out of control :) We have CVC Scoops , Math Scoops , Beg...

Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

Kids learn spelling by correcting the tweets of NFL players. This teacher is awesome!!!

Kids learn spelling by correcting the tweets of NFL players

Kids learn spelling by correcting the tweets of NFL players. This teacher is awesome!!!

Scholastic Story Starters (online site) offers four story themes; fantasy, adventure, sci-fi, and scrambler. To create a story on Story Starters a students picks a theme, enter his or her name, chooses his or her grade, and spins the big wheels of prompts. The student can spin the wheels until he or she finds a prompt he or she likes. After the prompt is selected the student can write his or her story using the letter, postcard, notebook, or newspaper format.

Scholastic Story Starters (online site) offers four story themes; fantasy, adventure, sci-fi, and scrambler. To create a story on Story Starters a students picks a theme, enter his or her name, chooses his or her grade, and spins the big wheels of prompts. The student can spin the wheels until he or she finds a prompt he or she likes. After the prompt is selected the student can write his or her story using the letter, postcard, notebook, or newspaper format.

RI.1.6. Distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.

RI.1.6. Distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.

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