Interactive reading activities

Discover a variety of interactive reading activities that will make reading fun and exciting for readers of all ages. Explore top ideas to enhance reading comprehension and promote a love for books.
An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills Anchor Charts, Pre K, 4th Grade Reading, 2nd Grade Reading, First Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Reading, Writing Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Literacy

Our principal has really been encouraging us to add more writing into our daily lesson plans. "They should be writing all day long" he tells us. The research is there to back him up. I bumped into this Roll and Retell page from Fun In First on Pinterest awhile back and finally figured out how to add it to our learning day. I printed and laminated four copies of the Roll and Retell page to hand out to each of my four table groups. After a round of Daily 5 I handed them out. I also gave each…

Confidence Meets Parenting with Jill Riley
Engagements, Reading, Anchor Charts, English, Friends, Coaching, Pre K, Interactive Read Aloud Lessons, Interactive Reading Activities

How can we get our students engaged in high quality books? We want all students to be interacting with the text and participating in group discussion. Here are six different ways interactive read aloud strategies. Determine which ones will work best with your students and the text that you’ve chosen. Interactive Read Aloud Strategies Think

Context Clues Activities! This blog post features a context clues lesson, anchor chart, and interactive notebook entry! The free printables are available for immediate use! Anchor Charts, 5th Grade Reading, 6th Grade Reading, English, Context Clues Anchor Chart, Context Clues Lesson, Context Clues Activities, Context Clues, Elementary Reading

Hi there! It’s Deb Hanson from Crafting Connections, and I’m going to share a free context clues lesson with you today. This lesson is arranged in a similar way to a character traits lesson that I shared with you last year! If you do decide that you want to try this activity with your students, be sure to click on the image below. The cup labels and sentence strips for this lesson are available in the FREE download. I almost always start my ELA units with a PowerPoint presentation to…

Olivia Brumbaugh
Middle School Reading Intervention Activities, Word Of The Day Activities, Letrs Activities 2nd Grade, Vocabulary Games High School, Reading Enrichment 2nd Grade, Reading Games 3rd Grade, Vocabulary Games For Middle School, 3rd Grade Reading Activities, Reading Games For 2nd Grade

Vocabulary instruction is so critical in today’s classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. Vocabulary is also essential to their performance on standardized tests. Helping kids to develop their vocabulary is time that is well spent in a busy classroom. I have developed a routine to teach new vocabulary

Stephanie Marie