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Break for Reading with a Buddy
This a unique tip for getting younger readers excited about books. See how Joyce J. fosters the love of reading in her classroom.
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Building Reading Stamina
Ms. Johannsen has a personalized twist on The Daily Five reading strategy for her third- and fifth- grade students. It emphasizes sustained silent reading, and students have so much fun that they actually encourage each other to do better every day.
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Getting Straight to Work
It’s easy to be organized at the beginning of the school year, butthe paper and projects soon pile up. Here's a tip to help you keep a clutter-free classroom right from the start.
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Independent Reading Time
Ms. Barnhart offers a wonderful tip to foster independence and the love of reading.
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Magnified Reading
Ms. Modder’s special education class is easily distracted during sustained silent reading. To complicate matters, several students must read aloud to aid comprehension. What to do? Discover how she solved the problem with some inexpensive PVC piping.
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Reading and Baseball
Ms. Levy describes this as a 'no-lose and fun way to get kids to read'. See how her school and community come together for the love of reading.
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Sharing Books Every Day
Kath prefres prefer to keep her elementary students in five rows. She assignes days of the week to each row and incorporates this into her tip for reading assignments, lining up, etc.
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Silent Reading Baskets
Ms. Reinacher wanted to reduce the amount of time it took for her students to select a book for silent reading. Read about the morning routine she created that saves classroom time throughout the day.
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SSR Comprehension
Ms. Hutton found that some of her students were pretending to readduring SSR time. But she nipped that in the bud with this tip. Now, she hears from parents who note an increased interest in reading at home!
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SSR Motivators
Educators know that daily sustained silent reading (SSR) is important, but it's sometimes hard to keep kids on task. Here are two very simple ideas from Ms. Pason that work for her and that her students love!
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