After we read the story and talked about our connections and wrote about them in our Reader's Workshop journal.  This page is from Kim Adsit's Reading comprehension pack at Teacher's Pay Teachers

This week's focus book was Plaidypus Lost. I have to admit, this book was not one of my favorites until the author, Susan Stevens Crumm.

ANCHOR CHARTS {BEGINNING MIDDLE & END} WRITING WORKSHOP FOR FIRST & KINDERGARTEN - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Beginning Middle & Ending Charts for Writing Workshop: First & Kindergarten

Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Updates, Small Group, and a FREEBIE

Keeping Parents informed is important. Grab a book bag parent letter and bookmark HERE!

Teach Your Child to Read - Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Updates, Small Group, and a FREEBIE - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Kicking off Reading Workshop with Non-Readers Ms. Lilypad's Primary Pond

Kicking off Reading Workshop with Non-Readers

Are you trying out a reading workshop model this year with your Kinders or first graders?If so, you might be wondering, how on earth do I set up a reading workshop when my kids

Reading Conference Communication Form for beginning readers. Communicates reading strategies and comprehension strategies

Great example reading conference form-would be good for personal goals, learning intentions and home communication. Reading Conference Communication Form for beginning readers. Communicates reading strategies and comprehension strategies

I made this for The Daily 5: 3 ways to read a book  KINDERWORLD w/ Mrs. Knudson

Teach Your Child to Read - I made this for The Daily 3 ways to read a book KINDERWORLD w/ Mrs. Knudson - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

POWERFUL PARTNERSHIPS READER'S WORKSHOP UNIT 2 BY KIM ADSIT AND MICHELE SCANNELL - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Readers Workshop Unit 2 - Powerful Partnerships by Kim Adsit & Michele Scannell

FREEBIE! Shopping Cards for Reading/Readers Workshop. Kindergarten and First Grade.

This is a freebie for reading workshop. It is a "shopping card" for young students to refer to when selecting books that are their just right level.

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