Monthly Archives: July 2015

I’m a Reading Recovery Teacher. NOW WHAT?

I’m about to start my fifth year as a Reading Recovery teacher.  When I first started the week long assessment training Miss O was 6 weeks old.  I was in a delirious haze of new motherhood and the Observation Survey. … Continue reading

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The Book Whisperer {Chapter 7}

Well, friends.  It’s the last week for The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller.  I have loved reading this book and seeing how others are planning to put Donalyn’s ideas into practice.  It will certainly take some adjustment for primary, but … Continue reading

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Monday Made It {July 20}

I have loved seeing all the creative projects on Monday Made It at 4th Grade Frolics!  I’m joining in the fun with a tiny project and a FREEBIE from this week! I know it’s not really teacher gift season, but … Continue reading

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The Book Whisperer {Chapter 6 and Whisper}

  We are almost to the end of The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller and there is just so much in this book that makes me want to get right back into my classroom! Don’t we all have things we … Continue reading

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The Book Whisperer {Chapter 5}

  Once again, Donalyn Miller challenges us to step up for our students and Walk the Walk! Chapter 5 discusses how teachers who share their love of reading create students who love to read and what teachers can do to … Continue reading

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