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Guided Reading Notes

Guided Reading Notes - Read about this super easy way to take Guided Reading Notes on this post and grab a freebie -Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley


Guided Reading made easy! Leveled Units to make planning and implementing targeted instruction a breeze. Levels A, B, C, D, E, F, and G now available.

von Mrs. Richardson's Class

Organized Guided Reading and a FREEBIE

Guided Reading Resource Card FREEBIE--these cards have everything you need to know for each skill with all guided reading levels! They are GOLD!

von Inspire Me ASAP

Starting Guided Reading

I recently had a teacher email me, “How do you implement guided reading at the start of a new school year?” What a great question! Starting Guided Reading Groups Read my top 6 tips for implementing guided reading in your primary classroom at the start of a new school year.


Guided reading groups are so important. I have always cherished this time to reach a small group of students that are grouped at the same reading level. Not to mention this gives me time to sit down and not be on my feet! I make sure to do small groups EVERY day no matter what. In …

Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!

What the Teacher Wants!: Guided Reading Galore!

von The Thinker Builder

How to Organize Your Small Groups to PREVENT the Headache

How to Organize Your Small Groups to PREVENT the Headache. This (fantastic) post by The Thinker Builder gives several very clear and detailed options for organizing small groups into both 3-a day and 2-a day meetings with flexibility minutes built in. I can already tell this is going to save my sanity!


Guided Reading blogpost ~setting up a routine for guided reading groups.