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Here are 7 ways to help those kids who say they “hate” reading. Strategies for struggling readers including audobooks, graphic organizers and more!

Many kids who struggle with reading initially believe they’re stupid. Living with an unidentified reading disability can be scary and discouraging.

Three Types of Reading | Learning Ally

We all read differently and that's OK! Eye Reading, Finger Reading, Ear Reading, It's all still reading and it's all still learning. Lots of different reading strategies for teachers of elementary kids in this post!

Peter Pappas designed an amazing free document for teachers called: 18 Literacy Strategies for Struggling Readers. It is a 50-pg PDF. He includes How I Use It tips for EACH graphic organizer. If you teach reading, check out this resource. DIRECT LINK

(website)Peter Pappas designed an amazing free document for teachers called: 18 Literacy Strategies for Struggling Readers. It is a PDF. He includes How I Use It tips for EACH graphic organizer. If you teach reading, check out this resource.

Great collection of graphic organizers for writing from Genia Connell, a Scholastic blogger

Lesson plans, unit plans, and classroom resources for your teaching needs. Browse or search thousands of free teacher resources for all grade levels and subjects

Many young learners encounter obstacles with the reading process and for some, it is a pervasive problem. New estimates report that as many as 1 in 10 children have reading disabilities that impact academics in many areas.  So what can we do to help these struggling readers?  Here are some of the common problems AND great solutions.  Read more at:  http://www.minds-in-bloom.com/2013/07/reading-disabilities-15-causes-and-10.html

Reading Disabilities: 15 Causes and 10 Solutions

I am once again so thrilled to welcome Dr. Erica Warren to Minds in Bloom. This post is a must-read for any teacher (or parent) who teaches reading or works with struggling readers. Many young lear…

A Hidden Reading Problem: Eye Tracking. Visual Sensory Processing for Kids. Read one teacher's account of how a struggling reader was transformed into a successful reader with simple eye exercises.

A Hidden Reading Problem: Eye Tracking

visual_sensory_eye_tracking--this is why left-to-right sounding out/phonics is so important instead of sight words!

Increase your student's reading comprehension!  Icons of Depth & Complexity, Thinking Maps, Graphic Organizers  This 21 page Language Arts file allows students to reflect upon their nightly reading and write about it in a meaningful way. Students will use a variety of reading skills and strategies to analyze their nightly reading. The logs offer unique and engaging formats that are creatively designed and therefore fun to complete.

Increase your student's reading comprehension! Icons of Depth & Complexity, Thinking Maps, Graphic Organizers

There are so many ways to make reading fluency practice fun! This post has some great suggestions and there is a free poster as well!

Tips to Make Reading Fluency Fun

Reading out loud fluently can be a challenging skill to master, but fortunately, there are so many fun and effective ways to practice! Try some on this post and don't forget to pick up your free Fluency Four poster!

{free} Reading Motivation Charts to help encourage reluctant readers to read more!

Encouraging Reluctant Readers

{free} Reading Motivation Charts to help encourage reluctant readers to read more! Incredible Website for all your toddler, preschoolers and beyond!

Our favorite anchor charts for teaching reading comprehension. #weareteachers

25 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies | This Reading Mama

50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies

In this huge list are texts {including poetry, picture books, and more} that you can use when modeling comprehension strategies to your readers.

If Book Characters Made New Year's Resolutions: Book Response with Chatterpix App | Hello Literacy | Bloglovin’

If Book Characters Made New Year's Resolutions: Book Response with Chatterpix App (Hello Literacy)

If Book Characters Made New Year's Resolutions: Book Response with Chatterpix App | Hello Literacy | Bloglovin’

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