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How to Make a Reading Workshop Schedule with Limited Time

After launching reading workshop and grouping your students, setting up a schedule is the next important step. Using a workshop model means that your reading…

Speak Up: Student Activities to Take Action

From the second I picked up “Speak Up!” by Miranda Paul, I fell in love with the vibrant colors and spirited illustrations. As I dove…

How to Teach Nonfiction Text Features

As readers, we know the importance of using text features as we read.  But, many students, especially struggling readers, do not use text features and…

You Matter: Activities to Build Self-Love

There are so many things to love about “You Matter” by Chris Robinson. In just the title itself, the book feels welcoming and brings a…

Launching Writing Workshop: 5 Lessons to Launch Writing

Writing workshop allows your students to become active writers; creating their very own text.  Your students will acquire writing skills, build writing fluency, and develop…

We Don’t Eat Our Classmates: Friendship Activities

“We Don’t Eat Our Classmates” by Ryan T. Higgins is always a favorite read-aloud book…for the teacher and the kids! It is funny, engaging, and…

Back to School Teachers Pay Teachers Sale

The Teachers Pay Teachers sitewide sale for back to school is happening NOW!! And, while I LOVE sitewide sale time, it can sometimes feel overwhelming.…

5 Anchor Charts You Need to Launch Reading Workshop

Reading workshop supports readers by allowing them choice.  Teaching a mini-lesson with a focused skill, reading mentor text, creating anchor charts as a group, allowing…

All Are Welcome: Activities to Build a Class Community

“All Are Welcome” by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman is one of my favorite books to read aloud. It truly shows that we are all…

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