ClassroomEnglish Language ArtsParents

Click to sign-up for my newsletter to receive FREE resources monthly! 6 Habits for Families with Early Readers  By April Connelley   In many places it is time to gear up for parent teacher conferences. Everyone is also getting close… Continue Reading…

ReadingTeachers

Click to sign-up for my newsletter to receive FREE resources monthly!   Fun Ways to Build Reading Fluency By April Connelley Fluency is essential for skilled reading. It is often referred to as the bridge between decoding and comprehension. I’d… Continue Reading…

ReadingTeachers

Click to sign-up for my newsletter to receive FREE resources monthly!   Reading Manipulatives 10 Simple Things Every Early Reading Teacher Needs By April Connelley   August means only one thing, back to school. Teachers gear up by organizing, decorating,… Continue Reading…

Book ListsReading

7 Picture Books to Use with Older Readers By April Connelley   Picture books aren’t just for preschoolers and younger children, readers of all ages enjoy and learn from picture books. I LOVE picture books! They are full of rich… Continue Reading…

English Language ArtsReading

Foundational Literacy Tidbits HIGH-FREQUENCY WORDS: DEBUNKING “YOU JUST HAVE TO MEMORIZE THEM”   Helping readers acquire automaticity with a set of words frequently used in the English language, is a widely used practice. It is so common it is almost… Continue Reading…

Book ListsReading

Fostering Life-Long Reading Habits: THE POWER OF A READING STACK by April Connelley   The routines and rituals that put books in our hands are important. They aren’t just crucial for personal growth, they are critical lessons that we need to… Continue Reading…

Curriculum & InstructionTeachers

The 411 on the IN SAT Assessment Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section – The Reading Test Written by Bill Reed   The ability to read for understanding, information, comprehension, and context are the important aspects of the Reading Test in… Continue Reading…

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The 411 on the SAT Assessment  Now part of an Indiana H.S. Graduation Pathway Written by Bill Reed   It is extremely important for Administrators, Teachers, Parents and especially Students to understand exactly what the SAT Assessment is and how… Continue Reading…

Curriculum & InstructionParentsTeachers

The Best Way to Teach Struggling Readers   If you are an educator or parent, then you have likely spent some time thinking about the best ways to teach children to read. If you are a parent or educator with… Continue Reading…

Book Lists

Teaching is not easy. You need a lot of know-how, dedication, and patience to get the results that you want. Sometimes, you may feel that what you have learned in college isn’t enough to bring out the best in your students. Thankfully, there are resources that can help you increase student engagement, reduce negative behaviors, and improve student outcomes. Introducing our list of the 10 best books for teachers 2020.

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