Contributor: Carolyn Martin | File type : Blog Post
School prepares our students for life in the adult world. So why bother with oral reading beyond first or second grade? Most students can read faster silently than orally. Some students find oral ... Read More
Contributor: Kendra Martin | File type : Blog Post
I realized that I never truly appreciated the change of seasons until I became a teacher and observed the children’s excitement grow with each new discovery of a new season approaching. Their ... Read More
Contributor: Bethany Peachey | Length : 5 | File type : Video
In reading class, students practice the reading skills that allow them to spend time in a book all by themselves. But reading is not merely a private affair. How can you make reading class an opportun... Read More
Contributor: Edward Lake | File type : Book
Who is your neighbor? This 1868 novel by Mrs. George Gladstone explores the themes of love of neighbor and self-control. The accompanying study guide queries students' comprehension of the themes and ... Read More
Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Curricular
With this classroom theme, students write a bit about books they have read on a worm segment. Karen has each student tell the class about the book before adding their segment to the bookworm.
A pat... Read More
Contributor: Andrea Schrock | Length : 44 | File type : Audio
Come learn about the important parts of phonics. What is phonics and why do children need to learn them?
Contributor: Karen Nolt | File type : Teaching Material
In this lesson plan, fifth grades begins their study of CLE Grade 5 Reading.
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Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post
It’s summer vacation! Yay! Let’s sleep in till noon, watch videos, and hang out on the living room couch.
Researchers, educators, and parents are becoming increasingly concerned ... Read More
Contributor: Darrell Hershberger | File type : Article
On a school administrators' email group, Darrell Hershberger posed this question:
What makes literature worthwhile? We're working on coming to an answer to this question that will inform our libr... Read More
Contributor: Lucinda J Kinsinger | File type : Blog Post
Reading opens the door to academic and career success, imagination, knowledge, understanding of others, compassion, and so much more. As educators, we can give students no greater gift than positi... Read More