Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Wednesday's Weekly Favorite Pins #2

Here are some of my favorite pins this week!

  • I love to read the David books by David Shannon. It was always a go to book at the beginning of the year.  This video shows how to draw David. How fun would that be? You could pair it with a writing assignment.

  •  Using these lights as a visual cue for how much reading time is left during silent reading is brilliant!!! Turn all lights on, then turn one off every five minutes to give students a visual cue on how much time they have left to read. I am currently reading "The Literacy Teacher's Playbook" and it states that research shows that children need to time to read on their own!!! DEAR time is important. :0) 

  • Inferencing can be tough sometimes. I think this video would be another fun way to teach it to your kiddos. 

  • Love the Daily 5!  These notebooks would be a fabulous way to keep students organized.

  • One of my most favorite things to teach is a fairy tale unit. If you need some fractured fairy tales to add to your unit.  Here is a list with a summary of each.

    Check back next week for more of my faves!

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