Distance learmomg/virtual teaching means bringing your reading interactive notebook to the digital realm. I have been getting a lot of questions about how to gradually build their notebooks with you throughout the year rather than assigning the entire reading interactive notebook at once. Luckily, Google Slides™ has an add-on feature that makes this super easy.… Continue reading How to Add to a Digital Reading Interactive Notebook
You’ve been thrown into the deep end of distance learning and have been doing an excellent job of learning how to swim, even if you feel like you’re still drowning. Out of all the challenges presented by distance learning, I think differentiation may be the biggest beast. Nevertheless, it’s an important part of what you… Continue reading 7 Ways to Provide Differentiation During Distance Learning
Context clues has always been something that I've needed to spiral throughout the entire year with my third graders, so finding fun and engaging activities has been a huge priority. I figure a lot of you are in the same boat so I've decided to share some of my best go-to context clues activities with you.
How to teach your students to identify the plot’s main events, sequence main events in the story, and understand how events influence future events and help develop the plot. These tips will ensure a deeper level of understanding of plot structure. Great read for second grade, third grade, and fourth grade reading teachers!
These 6 tips will help you use interactive notebooks effectively in your classroom. Perfect for second grade, third grade, and fourth grade teachers!
Why you should stop saying that author's purpose is as easy as PIE and what to do instead.
Use Book Talk Lunch Parties to encourage reading over the break this winter without logs, requirements, or bribes!