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Independent Literacy Work

Independent Literacy Work

In order to have those beautiful small group guided reading groups we talked about - you are going to NEED to have a healthy dose of independent work or paraprofessional run centers for your kids to do when they aren't with you. This is really KEY to this whole system...

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Thematic Learning: Organizing Thematic Units

Thematic Learning: Organizing Thematic Units

For those of you familiar with some of my blogs you know I love themes!  I often choice a different theme/topic for each month and plan my therapy activities around the theme.  For me it make lesson planning easier and provides structure for my students.  I try and...

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Back to School SALE! :)

Back to School SALE! 🙂

Whether you are already sitting in seemingly never ending start of the year PDs or have a few more weeks of netflix filled summer bliss, the start of the school year is coming towards you. This is my favorite sale of the year because you can stock up on all of those...

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Functional Literacy: Independent Work Tasks

Functional Literacy: Independent Work Tasks

Since we are all living in the land of the under staffed - sometimes our kids are doing a wee bit more independent work than we would prefer them to be doing. Silver lining is that the skill of being able to work independently is an essential life skill but the...

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Literacy and Cooking

Literacy and Cooking

A fun way to target literacy is through cooking activities.  My students love to cook but what they don’t know is they are working on so many different skills during these fun cooking tasks.  Not only are they working on those reading skills they are also working on...

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Functional Sight Words

Functional Sight Words

When you read the phrase "sight words" you can probably barely finish that s sound before you mind instantly thinks Dolch and Fry. Maybe if you are new to the literacy world you think Dolch and Fry is some delicious sounding cooking technique that makes the world's...

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Working on Personal Information

Working on Personal Information

If you target one functional literacy goal this year - make it personal information. Every student can work on this goal at some level. Whether it's basic like responding to the question "what's your name?" or more complex like naming your zip code and area code -...

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Setting Functional Literacy Goals

Setting Functional Literacy Goals

There is a misconception that academic and functional mutually exclusive. We for some reason got stuck in this thinking that tells us that instruction and activities are either academic or functional but cannot be both. When our students get older and we begin to...

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Using a Rubrics & Visuals for Paragraph Writing Skills

Using a Rubrics & Visuals for Paragraph Writing Skills

I touched on this briefly yesterday but let's spend some real time delving into why rubrics are so helpful when it comes to more complex and multi-faceted academic tasks (like writing a paragraph). First off, let's be good little behaviorists and determine what...

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