Welcome! One year ago today, a group of teacher-bloggers launched the website Adventures in Literacy Land to share tips and tools for effective literacy instruction.
In honor of reaching our first full year of blogging together we are hosting a Winter Wonders Blog Hop and Birthday Celebration. Join us, if you will, to read a short post by each author, download a free literacy resource, and enter a raffle for a chance to win a Barnes and Nobles gift certificate.
We've had so many exciting posts, filled with useful strategies and tips to make your literacy time more effective. Which post has stood out in your mind over the past year?
Today I'm sharing fluency tips. I love using choral reads and poetry together as a fluency builder and really helps to boost reading confidence.
Some of the benefits of choral reading include:
- "It can provide less skilled readers the opportunity to practice and receive support before being required to read on their own.
- It provides a model for fluent reading as students listen.
- It helps improve the ability to read sight words."
Source: Reading Rockets
Read more about its benefits and tips in an article from Reading Rockets.
I've created a winter poetry pack for poems for 2-3 voices for you to practice choral reading.
It is a collection of original poetry, written in the voice of snowflakes. I code my poetry by color coding it in black and red. Your students will love fluency practice with these fun poems!
This resource will be free in my store during the blog hop, only.
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Click here to download my Winter Poetry Set! Thank you in advance for your feedback. :)
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