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Anchor charts are one of the best teaching tools to use during this season of distance learning. They are helpful in reminding students of all the writing skills and strategies that you have taught them, and they are a great tool for parents to use as they support their students at home. These anchor charts can step in and provide support when you're not able to be face to face with your students.
Preparing for standardized reading tests doesn't have to be boring. Use a game format! Students read each passage and then roll a die and answer the multiple choice comprehension questions that follow. The student with the lowest total wins! The 12 fiction and 12 nonfiction passages included in this bundle cover a wide variety of reading skills. #readinggames #reading #testprep
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