Seesaw Digital Portfolios!

I am super stoked that I will be using Seesaw as your child’s digital portfolio this year. What does that mean? Well, you will be able to see your child’s work samples throughout the year in a safe, secure enviroment. Seesaw allows your child to upload work completed in class to their private account and […]

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Having Meaningful Discussions About Books

During literacy my scholars discussed having meaningful conversations about books, as well as reading with fluency, and comprehension strategies. They were then asked to read with a partner to practice the skill I modeled. It was a powerful activity and students responded well. We stressed the importance of also asking great questions to clarify misunderstandings. […]

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Ways We Choose Books

Our mini lesson today focused on choosing “good fit” books. Please review this chart at home with your child. Additionally, and I can’t stress this enough, if you child is not engage in a book they are reading, they can abandon the book and choose another one. Let me know if you need any suggestions. […]

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