Natasha Reichhardt

Natasha Reichhardt

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How to Teach Your Child to Read - For parents - how to help your child with reading. (Also have for success in school and help with math) Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

How to Teach Your Child to Read - For parents - how to help your child with reading. (Also have for success in school and help with math) Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

Improve student writing and grammar without boring drills! Engage students and have fun while increasing writing sophistication with Mentor Sentences,

Look at the worksheets--Improve student writing and grammar without boring drills! Engage students and have fun while increasing writing sophistication with Mentor Sentences,

How to Teach Your Child to Read - Visualizing mentor text- By Ashleigh-I use mentor texts to model thinking strategies, as examples of quality writing, to engage students in a class discussion, and as springboards into reading and writing activities. Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

How to Teach Your Child to Read - Visualizing mentor text- By Ashleigh-I use mentor texts to model thinking strategies, as examples of quality writing, to engage students in a class discussion, and as springboards into reading and writing activities. Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

At Home Reading Support for Parents {Freebie}

Help provide support for your parents when your students take home books to read at home. Parents don't always have "reading-teacher-language" on the tip of their tongues to compliment and/or support their readers.

Teach text structures with this FREE sorting activity that features 8 nonfiction passages! Ideal text structure lesson for the upper elementary classroom that includes an anchor chart!

Teach text structures with this FREE sorting activity that features 8 nonfiction passages! Ideal text structure lesson for the upper elementary classroom that includes an anchor chart! by Jacelynn Salvador

Today, we’re sharing our Elementary Spelling Folder! This one was designed with 3rd through 5th graders in mind, but it could help 2nd graders or struggling middle school learners as well! If you don’t see what you’re looking for in this particular folder, check out our Kindergarten Spelling Folder and our Spelling Folder for 1st …

Today, we’re sharing our Elementary Spelling Folder! This one was designed with 3rd through 5th graders in mind, but it could help 2nd graders or struggling middle school learners as well! If you don’t see what you’re looking for in this particular folder, check out our Kindergarten Spelling Folder and our Spelling Folder for 1st …

Collaboration Cuties: Mastering Mentor Sentences- Part 1 {how you can implement them in your classroom}

Hey there! A while back I posted about how I use mentor sentences in my classroom as a bridge between grammar and writing. If you misse.

~Joy in the Journey~: Writing Workshop: Persuasive Letter Writing

Here are 24 thought-provoking prompts to jump-start persuasive writing. The Common Core standards put a strong emphasis on persuasive writing skills. These prompts allow students to experiment with a variety of types of writing with a common purpose.