Close reading! This difficult skill is so important to start teaching early. I shared a blog post a few years back laying out exactly how I do close reading in my 1st grade classroom and I included a FREE Martin Luther King Jr. passage with questions. Click the link in...
My last school had an extended day with students there from 7:30-3:30. That meant we had plenty of time to fit all the standards in! See a closeup of my daily schedule over on the blog: bit.ly/SJSchedule (or click the link in my profile). #susanjonesteaching
Sick Little Calvin has been attached to me all day.... I still managed to upload all the questions and activities for Flat Stanley to my chapter book read aloud unit! Re-download to grab them ☺️📚 click the link in my profile or head to bit.ly/SJChapterIRA #susanjonesreading
Do you read The Legend of the Poinsettia by Tomie dePaola this time of year?! I have a few free activities to go with the book over on the blog: bit.ly/SJPoinsettia or click the link in my profile to download them! #susanjonesreading #susanjonesseasonal
Beginning sound games! Letter ID and beginning sounds should be FUN! Grab a free copy for T, B, & F over on the blog: bit.ly/FreeLetterGames or click the link in my profile! #susanjonesreading #susanjonesphonics
Are you a fellow book lover?! Well then PLEASE tell me you’re following @ramonarecommends She always has the best book recommendations, like this wonder for the digital age we live in! 📚❤️ #mondaymention