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The 4th grade is a big transition year as your young reader moves from learning to read ... It’s natural to want to help your child succeed, and Sylvan is a great place to turn for reading help.
Along with a teammate, we developed what we call the Reader’s Think Book.
(A simple spiral notebook works just fine.) In this notebook students work with one passage all week (3-4 nights).
PERFECT for reading homework, bell ringer or daily reading in the classroom or at home.
This 4th Grade Spiral Reading Comprehension includes (177 pages): @Little Tots Learning This is intended for use by one teacher in one classroom. She included a great freebie that you’ll want to download and rate for sure! Thank you to Rachel for giving me this opportunity!Homework has always been one of those things I struggle with.I have taught 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, with my most recent years in 3rd.I am a native Floridian, married to a 5th grade teacher, with two of the most wonderful kids anyone could ask for!I think you will find it gives students the opportunity to work with text in a meaningful way.Assigning the traditional reading passage with multiple choice questions at the end–your basic test prep-type packet–was something I have been wanting to get away from.I don’t want to give students homework for the sake of giving homework.It should be very relevant to what is happening in the classroom.Passages will vary, depending on skills and strategies we are working on in class. We will assign literature, informational text, poetry, or excerpts from longer pieces of text.Later in the year, we will assign two passages on the same topic or by the same author, and students will work on comparing these.