Sunday, December 4, 2011

Guided Reading

I have found that plays are one of the best ways to work on fluency and expression with young readers. This past week one of my guided reading groups worked on the play, The Giant Jumperee. After working on the play for a week in a guided reading group with an emphasis on fluency, they presented the play to the class. I found the printable animal masks for free online at, www.animaljr.com. The kids colored, cut and taped the masks to some rulers. Then they held the masks up to their face when it was their turn to read. What a great job they did!
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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for being a follower of mine!! I love this idea! I am totally doing this for a holiday theme one before break. Your blog is SUPER cute and I following it! :)

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  2. Good morning, Meghan! I've been enjoying your blog; thanks for sharing all of your fun ideas. I'm spreading the love today with the Liebster award today; stop by the Corner on Character and see why you're one of my top five picks.

    Write on!

    Barbara
    The Corner On Character

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  3. Hello,
    I am a new follower via La-La's Home Daycare. Please come and visit my blog Cachey Mama's Classroom! Thanks
    Lori

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  4. I thought you might be interested at looking at this site - http://www.free-guided-reading.com as it hosts lots of great books for all ages.

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