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This Carrot Cake Cheesecake Cake is a showstopper! Layers of homemade carrot cak… This Carrot Cake Cheesecake Cake is a showstopper! Layers of homemade carrot cake, a cheesecake center and it’s all topped with a delicious cream cheese frosting! Carrot Cake Cheesecake, Cheesecake Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Easter Cheesecake, Popular Cheesecake Flavors, Dessert Recipe Video, Baklava Cheesecake, Coffee Cheesecake, Sweets
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Carrot Cake Cheesecake Cake

This Carrot Cake Cheesecake Cake is a showstopper with layers of homemade carrot cake, cheesecake filling and delicious cream cheese frosting!

Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Strategies that Work Teach Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Better Ideas - Chalk & ApplesTeach Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Better Ideas - Chalk & Apples Reading Logs, Reading Fluency, Reading Intervention, Reading Workshop, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Close Reading, Reading Activities, Learning
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Teach Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Strategies that Work - Chalk & Apples

Teach Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Better Ideas - Chalk & Apples

Lucy Calkins Units of Study Reading Mat Cover FREE!You can find Lucy calkins and more on our website.Lucy Calkins Units of Study Reading Mat Cover FREE!

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I love using reading mats. It’s a great way for students to know to read their books more than once! At the beginning of the year I whipped up this freebie for y’all for your student’s reading mats! Check it out https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Reading-Mat-Folder-Cover-2070276

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Why Readers Read

Here's a poster I just finished up that I'll be adding to my classroom this year! Cara at The First Grade Parade made a poster for "Why Writers Write." I've been wanting to make one for "Why Readers Read" and finally made it tonight.

(funny stories for kids to read)Gumption!

- Cynthia Leitich Smith

“You can always have charm. "It’s better than beauty. It lasts longer.” --Coco Chanel By Elise Broach There are many ways for a book to succeed with readers—through a compelling idea, an original voice, an engaging humor or poignancy or pace—but surely the most reliable is through the creation of a likable main character. Nothing in a story keeps readers as enthralled as a character who has won their hearts. But when you come right down to it, what does “likable” mean? Certainly, what’s…

For TAP: 2 Peas and a Dog: Making Silent Reading (DEAR) Meaningful. Silent reading is not a time filler activity. Make the most out of this time with your students by trying out these four tips. Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Stamina
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Making Silent Reading (DEAR) Meaningful

2 Peas and a Dog: Making Silent Reading (DEAR) Meaningful. Silent reading is not a time filler activity. Make the most out of this time with your students by trying out these four tips.

Great freebie to keep your students focused and on task during independent reading!

Reading Stamina Chart

Great freebie to keep your students focused and on task during independent reading!

First Grade Wow: daily 5 stamina poster Stamina = Sticking with it even when your brain and body get tired :) Daily 5 Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Reading Lessons, Learning Resources, Free Reading, Reading Stamina
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Shhhh! We're building our Stamina!

Hello Everyone! I hope I'm not interrupting and interfering with your own stamina building! :) But I just had a quick post about our stamina work. Stamina for our first graders is the ability to stay focused long enough to hear the directions, follow through with several steps of those directions, read for greater lengths of time, write for greater lengths of time, and even sit in one spot in the cafeteria for 30 minutes! Today we specifically talked about stamina in our reading and writing…

Stamina Critters watch to see who can keep their stamina during Daily 5 or other times throughout the day. There is also a poem and a song about stamina that you can grab for *free*! Kindergarten Language Arts, Teaching Language Arts, Kindergarten Literacy, Preschool, Daily Five Math, Daily 5, Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading

Stamina Critters

WOW-zers...How in the world is it already October???!!!??? I am not sure where the end of August and the whole month of September went! We h...

A Differentiated Kindergarten: Daily 5 Edition Chapters 5 and 6 or "Make it your own and make it work! Readers Workshop Kindergarten, Daily 5 Kindergarten, Differentiated Kindergarten, Kindergarten Reading Activities, First Grade Activities, Reading Workshop, Teaching Reading, Classroom Activities, Classroom Rewards

Do You Have Stamina? We Do! - Differentiated Kindergarten

It’s never an easy feat when starting out Daily 5 training in a kindergarten classroom. This year we were able to accomplish 15 minutes of ‘read to self’ and it only took us until the 5th week of school to get it done. Whew! If you’re a Daily 5-er, you know that once you make …

Read about two changes to my independent reading routine that made all the difference last year. Question those routine practices and you might find something you love! (reading logs, homework, status of class routine, back to school ideas for reading) Reading Incentives, Third Grade Reading, Second Grade, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Ar Reading, Reading Stamina, Reading Homework
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How to Ensure You Have Reading Accountability Without Using Reading Logs — Tarheelstate Teacher

Hey Y'all! I know you are busy doing one of two things: relaxing to soak up your last few days of summer and thinking about all the things you need to do OR preparing to head back to school while wishing you were relaxing! Is it possible to have "reading accountability" without reading log

This week we are learning about procedural text. Today we read How to Teach a Slug to Read. This book is perfect for teaching little ones ab. Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Writing Resources, School Resources, Guided Reading, Reading Stamina, Reading Tips
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How to Teach a Slug to Read By Susan Pearson

The Daily CAFE is a Professional Development website designed for teachers and literacy coaches using The Daily 5 and The Literacy CAFE Assessment System. It is loaded with professional video and downloads, all created for teachers like you!

 strategy: Students get overwhelmed when they see "too many" words on a page. Mask part of the assignment with a file folder. A year-end pin round up for teachers. Teaching Plan, Teaching First Grade, Teaching Time, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Building Reading Stamina, Adhd Help, Executive Functioning, Autism Resources

A.D.H.D. & Building Stamina

Do you have a student that is your puzzle student this year? This child is very capable when it comes to reading, yet he or she rarely reads for pleasure. These puzzles students are often on or even above grade level in reading. Yet, they consider reading a chore rather than a passion. You've tried every incentive in your bag of tricks this year, but nothing seems to excite him or her. I have often found that these bright students who are not reading for pleasure have not built up their…

 Giso's Room to Read: Raise That Reading Stamina! Reading Fluency, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Reading School, Reading Tips, Guided Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Building Reading Stamina

Raise That Reading Stamina!

What is stamina and how does it apply to reading you may ask? I found this anchor chart on Pinterest that's a good start. I've been reading a lot of the importance of building reading stamina in our young readers for quite some time. My interest in this topic stemmed from a discussion of a monthly data leadership team meeting in my school. We were talking about reasons why our students were not getting certain items correct on our practice standardized tests when we knew they "knew" the…

40 passages to help your students' build reading stamina

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Building Stamina in Young Learners! Tips to help with reading, writing, and listening! - Kreative in Life Teacher Blogs, Teacher Hacks, New School Year, First Day Of School, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Reading Stamina, Kindergarten Freebies, Learning Support
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Building STAMINA in Young Learners

Building Stamina in Young Learners! Tips to help with reading, writing, and listening! - Kreative in Life