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They All Saw a Cat very quickly reminded me of Eric Carle, with its repetitive narrative that shares a simple day in the life of a cat and all the creatures it encounters. Even having read the dust jacket, it took several pages for me to fully grasp what concept Wenzel had set out to explore.
Probably one of the hardest comprehension skills I have attempted to teach students is main idea.
It’s in these last weeks that, even as summer shines brightly ahead of me, I often begin to lose focus of exactly why I do what I do. I find myself wondering if there’s any way I can make myself do this again next year. I wonder why I put myself through it all.
For less than $20.00, it’s an activity you can enjoy both at work and at school. I think it’s worth it!
I don't think I realized the milestone that is turning 30 until my husband, friends, and then, myself, started celebrating this birthday. It's an odd turning point in the course of your time on earth. You've been around the block a few times, but still feel...
I’ve moved on to the next rung on the ladder to create Object Function Activities for Older Students!
Treating Standards-Based Language Deficits Using the Language Processing Hierarchy | Labels
I had never heard of Library Lion when I stumbled upon it in my local thrift store, but I was immediately enthralled by the illustrations.
This unit focuses on 4 areas of instruction: comprehension, vocabulary, grammar/sentence structure, and social skills. It would also be great for students working on the /l/ or /r/ phonemes!
I’m already knee-deep in ensuring that I read 5 more new-to-me books by the end of the school year. What’s on the list this time? I’m glad you asked!