Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Common Core Daily Morning Reading Practice

Sometimes your students need a real quick review. While you are taking attendance and lunch count, daily morning practice and/or review can be a huge help.  It is these few minutes a day that can really make the difference. A student has a chance to review a skill that they need extra help with.  It also keeps skills that have already been taught fresh in students' minds. 

I use these quick daily Common Core reading passages at the beginning of my lessons as I work with students across the grade levels.  Use them as a quick 5 minute daily morning review or send them home as Common Core aligned reading homework.  For more information click the link.

5 WEEKS OF PRACTICE

Click Here For Grade 3
Click Here For Grade 4
Click Here For Grade 5
Click Here For Grade 6
Click Here For Grade 7
Click Here For Grade 8
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    1. I have been actually working on the lower grades. I intended to release them last week, but they will for sure be released this week. Thanks for asking.

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  2. Thank you for asking about this. My goal was to release the lower grade levels on last week. They will be for sure released this week.

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  3. I'm hoping for a BUNCH more weeks in middle grades. =) We've started using some and LOVE the results!

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  4. Thank you very much! They have been really helpful with the students that I work with across the grade levels too. More will be released very soon.

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  5. Do you have anything for first grade?

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  6. I am so behind schedule but have started on first grade and kindergarten. Thanks for asking!

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  7. Thank you so much for this post! I teach resource English and needed a way to track progress and keep up with all of the different grade levels. I put each mega pack for grades 5-8 ELA in my cart on TPT and will be ordering them soon. I'm sure I will be referring back to your blog a lot! I really appreciate all of the work you did to make these awesome resources, Heather

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  8. Thank you Heather. I work with students across multiple grade levels and this has been a huge help for me. My students use this when they first enter the classroom for five minutes. As these were developed, I really tried to think of including things that would help my students out and make my life easier as a teacher such as regular review, social studies and science information, etc. Thanks so much for your comment.

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  10. Hi! I am looking for your first grade set. It looks like from the comments you were working on it last year about this time. I'd love to get this. Can you tell me how to get to the correct set? Thank you for sharing your hard work!!
    Hope

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  11. Also, did you have math sets? I thought I read that somewhere but couldn't remember where.

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  12. Hello Hsawyer29,
    Math is in the works. The first few weeks will be released very soon. Thank you for asking!

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