Guided Reading: How to get students excited about it!

Get your students excited about guided reading by using tools and tricks to increase engagements. Students will be excited to come to the guided reading group to use finger lights, reading phones and mini whiteboards.

Guided Reading is an important part of the day in a primary classroom and you want to make sure your students are excited to meet during small group. To keep your kids engaged and to make it a productive and successful guided reading time you need to be prepared.  Today I am sharing 4 things that that will get students excited about guided reading and participating in small group lessons. These tips will help keep your students motivated, excited and engaged during guide reading time.

5 Fun Ways to use Plastic Eggs in Math

We all have them!  Those bags of plastic Easter eggs from the Dollar Store. 

Well, the time has come to get them out and use them in your classroom.  Today I am sharing 5 fun ways you can use these plastic eggs to practice math skills in your early primary classroom. Read on and get ready to have some fun! 

5 Ways to Use Plastic Eggs to Practice Literacy Skills

We all have them!  Those bags of plastic Easter eggs from the Dollar Store. We store them in our classroom closets waiting for the weeks leading up to Easter to break them out and use them.

Now is the time to start thinking about how to use them this year.  I am going to share 5 ways you can use your plastic eggs to practice literacy skills.  Click any of the images to take a look at the pack of recording sheets.
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