Information, ideas, and activities for parents and teachers who teaching reading.
Building Reading Fluency Skills
Build reading fluency skills with daily practice. Fluent readers bring stories alive, and find more pleasure in reading.
Dolch Words Are Everywhere!
Improve reading fluency, comprehension, and confidence in reading by learning these 220 Dolch sight words that are sorted by reading level.
Eight Parts of Speech
What are the eight parts of speech? Learn what they are, and find examples of each.
How to Develope Deeper Meaning in Reading
Strategies for how students can develop deeper meaning in reading, stimulate deeper thinking, develop more motivation for reading, and bring about better comprehension.
How to do a Read Aloud
A read aloud is more than just fun, it provides children with many benefits such as helping to increase vocabulary and comprehension. Learn how to do an effective read aloud by carefully pre-planning and using effective reading strategies.
Multisensory Reading Instruction
Teach reading using the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic senses to make learning stick.
Orton-Gillingham Reading Approach
Learn about teaching reading with the Orton-Gillingham approach.
Learn what prepositions and prepositional phrases are. Find ideas for teaching about these parts of speech.
Punctuation and Reading
Readers need to know what punctuation marks mean and sound like in text. Teach readers how to pause, stop, and change their voice as they read and comprehend.
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It is important to match young readers with “just right” books at their reading level. Find out what reading levels mean and how to compare the different systems.
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