A bunch of my best blogging friends and I recently got together for a fabulous product swap! It was my first time organizing a swap so at first I was a little clueless but soon realized how easy and fun this was! Double score :)
If you have purchased my Buddy Reading Task Cards, make sure you go and re-download! I have added a ton of new questions for fiction and also added a non-fiction set. I was so excited to re-introduce these in my classroom and my kids were even more excited to have new questions to ask their friends! :)
Hello friends! I recently made some digraph posters to hang below my word wall- nothing fancy, but I thought I’d share.
How do you assign reading homework?
I have tried multiple ways. I have sent home paper books that the students keep along with comprehension worksheets. I spent hours of my time making copies of leveled books so that kids would have just right books. I then had to fold and staple each book. You can see why that got old. I have sent home actual books from our book room. The kids had a book bag that they were responsible for taking home each night and reading. I had a few books get lost and a few kids who never remembered to take their book home, so that wasn’t working for me either.