Reading Sliders Bundle | Printable Classroom Resource | Miss DeCarbo

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This reading sliders bundle includes Retelling Sliders, Summary Sliders, and Main Idea Sliders and reading passages. These resources are now DIGITAL and available with Google Slides versions, too! The hands-on reading tools will make teaching practicing these skills SO much fun!

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The following Reading Sliders are included:

Retelling Reading Sliders - Printable AND Digital!

Summary Reading Sliders - Printable AND Digital!

Main Idea Reading Sliders - Printable AND Digital!

Each reading slider comprehension template contains a variety of hands-on and unique templates to help little readers identify the focus skill within a piece of text. These reading sliders contain highly visual cues that are printed directly onto the reading tool. Students slide a pony bead or a pompom bead up and down the pipe cleaner as they identify and state the main idea and details within a text.

Each pack comes with 20 coordinating reading passages that are specifically designed to coordinate with the various reading sliders. These reading passages also contain a visual graphic organizer for each passage. Your students will read the short, manageable text three times for fluency. Then, they will draw and illustrate the text to demonstrate the comprehension skill and focus. Finally, let your students use the Reading Sliders to practice orally retelling, summarizing, or stating the main idea and details of what they learned in the text, too!

Each pack also comes with coordinating posters in both black and white, and color. Additional differentiated graphic organizers that directly align with the reading sliders are included, too!

This bundle is perfect for kindergarten and first-grade students, as well as second graders who are at-risk or struggling with retelling, stating a summary, identifying the main idea and details, or reading fluency. It would also be ideal for any at-risk student who requires intense reading intervention instruction and practice. Special intervention teachers will love the hands-on, visual appeal of these passages, as well as homeschooling families! Even when kindergarteners cannot read the passage on their own, it can easily be read aloud and used within a small group within the second half of the school year, since the comprehension section simply requires students to draw to show their understanding (or write, if desired).

Great for small groups, intervention, homework, morning work, additional reading re-teaching and practice, and even as an assessment!

Christina DeCarbo

Miss DeCarbo, Inc.

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