Reflection: Parent Communication Sight Word Poetry Binders - Section 3: Assessment


I bought inexpensive tote bags through Oriental Trading Company to carry the books home. I think I got fifty bags for approximately $30.00, so that gives me plenty. There never seems to be enough room in the children's backpacks and I do not want all their hard work to get ruined. 

At the back of the binders, there is a page for parent signatures and comments.  I try to have the parents write comments so that I can read them back to the students after they read to me.  They love to hear what their parents have to say.

  Parent Communication: Sending the Binders Home
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Sight Word Poetry Binders

Unit 11: Small Group Lessons with Big Impact!
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT develop word recognition skills, build automaticity, and improve reading fluency through poetry. Student Objective: I can read and write popcorn words to complete a poem.

Big Idea: Reading and writing poetry helps us learn our sight words, and it's fun!

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