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Teach Your Child to Read 50 Texts for Modeling Comprehension Strategies - This Reading Mama Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Reading Books, Math Lessons, Reading Games, Reading Groups, Piano Lessons, Library Books

50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies

50+ Texts for Modeling Comprehension Strategies - This Reading Mama

How to Ask Questions to Check Comprehension Educational Dyslexia Fonts - The typeface collection that improves legibility and reading comprehension Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teacher Resources, Guided Reading, Reading Intervention

How to Ask Questions to Check Comprehension

Here are some tips for asking effective questions to check for comprehension in readers of all ages.

How to Teach Your Child to Read - Start early with infants and toddlers and become your childs best guide for reading comprehension and print awareness. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Comprehension For Kids, Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Tips, Early Reading, Reading Strategies, Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy

Reading Comprehension for Preschoolers. 5 ways to help your child (Plus FREE kids eBook app!)

Reading Comprehension for preschoolers and beyond. 5 Steps to help your child understand the meaning of text at home. I often feel as though much of the focus on young children is about learning to "read." And by that, I mean learning to "decode text". In order to read you have to be able to decode text but sometimes the focus is too heavy on decoding the text, and not enough on understanding the meaning of the text. Before children can read independently it's important they work on their…

Main Idea Clues: Adventures of a Grade Teacher: Reading/Writing Workshop Must Haves Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Learning, Teaching Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Reading Activities

Reading/Writing Workshop Must Haves

I am so excited that Lindsay is having her first linky party! Lindsay is a fellow Texan who is moving from 5th to 3rd grade for this upcomi...

Let's Take A Picture Walk! For Early Readers & Pre-Readers. Encourage development of your children's language and pre-reading skills by talking about the pictures and what they think might happen in the book. Emergent Literacy, Preschool Literacy, Preschool Books, Literacy Skills, Early Literacy, Kindergarten Reading, Kids Reading, Kindergarten Classroom, Literacy Activities

Picture Walk Preview for Early Readers

An explanation of a picture walk and why it is important to young readers.

Learning New Vocabulary Words with Comic Strips - This Reading Mama Simple offset: publié 55 Improve Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Reading Tips, Vocabulary Activities, Reading Workshop, Kindergarten Reading, Kids Reading

Before They Read: Connecting New Content to Prior Knowledge

How important is understanding and accessing prior knowledge before reading? It is vital to young readers, especially struggling readers.

A look at why summarizing skills are important, how to work on them, and a free printable story elements graphic organizer to teach kids how to summarize. Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Kids, Summarizing Activities, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Classroom Inspiration, Graphic Organizers

Teaching Young Readers How to Summarize (plus free graphic organizer)

A look at why summarizing skills are important, how to work on them, and a free printable story elements graphic organizer to teach kids how to summarize.

Re-tell the Story (The Donkey and the Wolf). With play dough!- Fun Reading Comprehension activity for kids Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy, Kindergarten Reading, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Improve Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills

Re-tell the Story. (With play dough!) - Fun Reading Comprehension Activity

Here is a fun activity you could do at home to help improve reading comprehension and ensure that your children are understanding the meaning of the text. As I've mentioned before, we are taking part in the MeMeTales Readathon 2012. This week the theme for the Read-a-thon is Animals. The specific animal books are available free on the website this week so once you've joined up you'll be able to read them online. We read the Donkey and the Wolf and based this fun activity around that book…

TEXT to SELF best connections bring you back to text-making connections anchor chart Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Stamina, Reading Tips, Reading Intervention, Reading Groups

Anchor Chart Link-Up

So, I bet you came over here expecting to see a long list of buttons and thank you notes, but... NOPE! I am D-O-N-E ... Done with that assignment. (That doesn't make me less grateful, it just makes me glad that I completed SOMETHING!) Today I am linking up with my sweet friend, Kristen, of Ladybug's Teaching Files, who has a Linky Party going on that invites you to share an anchor chart or two (or several!) If you haven't been by to visit Kristin lately, you have GOT to see how she has…

Story Telling Preschool Activity - Easy, Fun & Inexpensive.let your child choose everyday objects and make stories together. Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Activities For Kids, Preschool Books, Preschool Ideas, Craft Ideas, Montessori, Speech And Language

Fun & Inexpensive Storytelling Language Activity for Kids

Telling a story with a bag is a wonderful and easy storytelling language activity with kids!

Kevin Henkes and learning during read-alouds: making connections and questioning Reading Lessons, Kids Reading, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Learning, Improve Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities

learning during read-alouds: making connections and questioning (with siblings!) - teach mama

learning during read-alouds: making connections and questioning (with siblings!)

Help your child comprehend what he/she reads using good reader strategies Good readers use specific reading comprehension strategies; strategies that kids can learn and that you can teach your kids. Reading Lessons, Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Fun Learning, Reading Help, Reading Tips

Help Your Child Read and Comprehend With Strategies, Part II

Good readers use specific reading comprehension strategies; strategies that kids can learn and that you can teach your kids.

A family reading activity to help kids make text-to-world connections with the newspaper. 2nd Grade Reading, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reciprocal Reading, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension

Connecting the Big Ideas for Reading Comprehension - Home Literacy Blueprint

Using the newspaper to help kids practice making connections when they read.

Teaching Fiction Text Structure Mini-Series - This Reading Mama Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Pre Reading Activities, Reading Resources

Teaching Fiction Text Structure Mini-Series - This Reading Mama

{photo credit} By far, the most visited place on my blog for the last couple of weeks has been fiction text features and structure. I thought I’d take the lead from my readers and post a mini-series of activities on fiction text structure that I’ve used with several students in tutoring. This is told as if I ... Read More about Teaching Fiction Text Structure Mini-Series