Grade 3 oral language

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30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom If you don't already use them in your classroom, you're going to love using these next school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Classroom, Teaching Punctuation, Teaching Ideas, Listening Activities, Teaching Outfits
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INSTRUCTION: Modelling is a very important part of the writing process. In the article on litdiet they explain that a teacher must model before starting instruction. By creating an anchor chart it allows a teacher to model and then gives the students a way to reference their work.

Short Term Goal After listening to a paragraph administered by the clinician Guillermo will be able to answer 4 out of 5 relevant wh-questions with minimal cuing during classroom activities as measured by staff data. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Math Lessons, Reading Tips, Comprehension Activities, Writing Lessons, First Grade Activities
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Activities Like.....Blog Hoppin' Linky Party {with freebie}

I'm excited to join my friends over at Blog Hoppin' to share a couple of activities I like love using in my classroom! These activities are super easy to prepare and keep my students engaged in their! First up...Roll & Retell Let's face it, checking for understanding and answering comprehension questions can get BLAH real quick! To keep my students engaged in answering and asking questions about key details {R.L.1.1}, I have them play a dice game called Roll & Retell. My…

It's In the Bag Reading GAME. Perfect for inferring reading comprehension skills, test prep, and intervention RTI groups. Inference: It's In the Bag Reading GAME. Perfect for inferring reading comprehension skills, test prep, and intervention RTI groups. Reading Games, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Math Lessons, Guided Reading Activities, Reading Groups, Teaching Kids, Inference Activities

Inference Activity and Hands on Reading Comprehension, INFER: It's in the BAG

Inference: It's In the Bag Reading GAME. Perfect for inferring reading comprehension skills, test prep, and intervention RTI groups.

The most fun you've ever had introducing Literature Circles! A great way to introduce students to multiple books in a single setting and then they have input into which book they are to read for class. 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Third Grade, 5th Grade Books, 5th Grade Classroom, Ninth Grade, Classroom Teacher, High School Classroom, Seventh Grade
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Host a Book Tasting in Your Classroom!

January is rolling along and my kids (both my school and actual kids) are finally readjusted to our routine after winter break. While in real life, I find January-March the three most difficult months to endure because the weather hurts my face, at school it's a different story. January-March are, I think, the BEST months of teaching! By this point, students are well-acclimated to the schedule and expectations, and there is no looming break to look forward to. The weather, as I already…

Do you use Fundations in your classroom? Ideas for teaching Phonics in the classroom. Please share your ideas. Teaching Phonics, Teaching Language Arts, Kindergarten Literacy, Teaching Reading, Phonics Activities, Guided Reading, Preschool, Teaching Resources, Daily Activities

Letter Combinations and Blends Chart

We have had several requests for the above "Letter Combination" chart. We alternate this chart with the below "Blends" chart every day. Students chant it as "ay, ey, ai See kids play, etc." They see these letter combinations in their reading and use them in their writing. These two charts are also kept in easy eye-sight for students to refer to as needed. Smaller charts are also put into their writing folders and reading bins earlier in the year to use as reference tools.

parts of speech highlighting activity, lots of fun for elementary students Grammar Activities, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, 3rd Grade Activities, Homeschooling 2nd Grade, Therapy Activities, Online Homeschooling

Parts of Speech Practice Activity or Center L.2.1e L.3.1a

Teach parts of speech so that they stick!Students highlight or underline the parts of speech they see in these activities. Use for a whole class lesson, a center, homework, and test review. Great for second graders and third graders.What Others are Saying:"This resource was the turning corner for m...

---> "Puppets and Props" activity, where students build complex oral language structures by retelling familiar stories. Early Literacy, Literacy Centers, Literacy Skills, Kindergarten Literacy, Language Activities, Classroom Activities, Fun Activities, Communication Orale, Language Development

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Story retells with puppets are a great way to build oral language - students can make their own puppets, too!

Flashlight Friday: Make read to self FUN by reading in the dark using flashlights every Friday! We did this during Daily 5 Read-to-Self time. 4th Grade Reading, Student Reading, Kindergarten Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Lessons, Reading Room, Library Activities, Reading Activities

Bright Idea: Flashlight Friday!

Students read to self in the dark using flashlights every Friday...flashlight Friday!