Archive for the ‘Listening Center’ Category

Read & Write for Google Chrome

I was in a meeting with my Principal and Reading specialist discussing students that need better access to text when the teacher does not have the availability to human read for them. They told me about a tool called Read & Write for Google Chrome. It is an extension you can download on your students…

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Discussion Dice

Here is a great way to add verbal discourse and critical thinking questions into your school day. Print off these ‘Discussion Dice’ papers on my TPT page and then slip them into a plastic sheet protector or one of those hard plastic magazine holders. Put one at each of the students tables and read each…

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WACKY Room Worksheet

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/WACKY-Room-Worksheet-1741954   Dr. Seuss Wacky Room worksheet. Mess up your classroom and have the students try to figure out what went wrong? Enjoy!

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Lorax Mustache Template

I used these with my students at a Reading School Event. You have to print them on card stock and have the students color and cut them out. You can set up a photo booth and gather up other Dr. Seuss photo props. You can go to my TPT site to download the Lorax Mustache…

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Book Recommendation

Want your students to recommend a book to their peer after they are done reading it? I made this great, quick and easy to use book recommendation form for the students to fill out and place on another students desk. Enjoy!   Book Recommendations  

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Audio Book Labels

Organization is one of the most important things that one needs to have in place in their classroom. If you start right away it will be an easy process. For a listening center, you can buy the 4 books+4 CD’s sets from Scholastic each month so that I have a new story on CD every…

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