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Free Reading From FreeReading.net, which calls itself "an open resource center and community for early literacy teachers," comes this very comprehensive resource that anyone involved in teaching early literacy skills will find helpful. The site covers the scope and sequence of early reading skills
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Free Reading


From FreeReading.net, which calls itself "an open resource center and community for early literacy teachers," comes this very comprehensive resource that anyone involved in teaching early literacy skills will find helpful. The site covers the scope and sequence of early reading skills and activities, beginning with letter sound activities and ending with advanced phonics activities. Each section offers information about the activities in that section, "tips and tricks for teaching" that skill, and detailed descriptions of how to teach each skill. There are also many video clips in which teachers demonstrate the lessons. The site also offers many printable sheets to use with the lessons.

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• Lesson Plans • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


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