Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Ten Pin Linky-Reading

This is my first Time linking up with Just Reed for the Ten Pin Linky, but I couldn't resist doing reading. I love reading! Teaching reading, reading for pleasure , reading blogs, magazines, even directions and the backs of shampoo bottles :) I just love to read! :)

So without further ado here are my 10 Favorite Reading Pins:

1.  We teach the kids to "flip the sound" in our guided reading groups and D5 time, but having a visual to remind students of the sound is a brain blower! I mean, why didn't I think of this?

2.  I think this guided reading level sheet is so handy. It gives a good picture of what each level means and what a student in that level would be working on. I've printed this baby to keep in my reading binder!


3.  This is just too stinking adorable!  I am going to have to make pancakes and eat the Aunt Jemima syrup before school starts back. That should be no problem ;) I can see my kids working to spell the animal words to put in the bottle. I wonder what other book/reusable container project I can think of to do like this one. Adding this to my to do list. 


4.  I'm going for a flower/garden theme in my classroom this year. I thought these would be perfect for a word work center or spelling practice. 

5.  Practicing fluency is a funny voice makes it so much more fun!  I have done this for several years, but now I have this nifty pictures to use!

6. I have/had several students with the b/d confusion issue. This little manipulative was a fresh idea for working on this issue. 

7.  I've probably posted this a million times, but I just love the idea. This is a big project that I've put off all summer. I have got to get on it! Soon!

8.  Word work ideas get me every time. Students search through the "spaghetti" for their words, pick on out, and then use the "spaghetti" to trace the printed word. Fun! 

9. R controlled vowel work? Yes, please!  

10.  I have a ton of these Target Dollar Spot pocket charts. I've always used them out on the table, but now I need to make these PVC frames for them. 

That was hard to narrow down, but I hope you enjoy these too and head over to my Pinterest Boards to find evn more great ideas!



  1. I absolutely LOVE the flip the sound chart! How awesome is that going to be to use next year! Thanks so much for sharing it. You had awesome pins! :)

    Reaching for the TOP!

  2. I was so excited to come across this blog in this linky- I am always on the search for other special ed blogs, I am your newest follower :). I really liked the r-controlled vowel work and the old lady who swallowed the fly. I like the idea of students spelling the word out or having to read the words for each as they put them in the bottle.

  3. I'm glad you found me! I love to connect with other special educators too! Thanks for following! I can't wait to use these ideas in my class!



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