Here are a few tips to integrate intentional teaching for fluency, without adding anything new to your day.
Inspired by the first session in our Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series, Literacy Coach Mary Cronin shares a few book recommendations of her own.
Jennifer Orr, our next Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series featured speaker, discusses how books can serve as a starting point when facilitating conversations about race.
Looking back on the first session of our annual Kids, Books & Anti-Racism Series, professor and author Carla España focused on how to teach in a way that’s inclusive to children from different language backgrounds.
When students draw before writing it helps them visualize what they want to say. They include details in their drawings that they will later express in their writing using words.
Foundational skill learning does not end in primary grades. Students in grades 3-6 require ongoing instruction in phonics, spelling and word study.