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Year-Long Passages For Close Reading
Save time and money by purchasing this bundle of YEAR-LONG PASSAGES FOR CLOSE READING! These fun and engaging passages and activities have everything your students need to practice independent reading and comprehension. You can prep all of your reading lessons or centers for the whole year now and save time and money! Learn more…
Reader’s Theater Scripts For Fairy Tale Classics
If you like reader’s theater, you’ll love these reader’s theater scripts for fairy tale classics!
You’ll get two versions of scripts for the popular fairy tales. This is great for beginning readers, or to challenge your advanced readers. The reader’s theater activities are also fully digital on Google Slides! Learn more…