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Fountas and Pinnell Team

Recent Posts:

Daily Lit Bit - 10/15/18

Guided reading is the ONLY instructional context in which you would use leveled texts.   (continue reading)
Mon, Oct 15, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 10/11/18

We don't want students thinking, this is my level. No kid is a level G, or a level M. Levels are for books, not students.   (continue reading)
Thu, Oct 11, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 10/10/18

When children look at the books in the classroom library, they must be able to see themselves.   (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 10, '18

5 Ways to Communicate Student Progress to Parents and Support Reading at Home

Levels have a critical role in the hands of teachers who understand their complexity and use them to make good decisions in instruction. But levels are complicated!   (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 3, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 9/27/18

A level is for books, not for children.   (continue reading)
Thu, Sep 27, '18

Three Ways to Support Emergent Readers in the PreK Classroom

Three Ways to Support Emergent Readers in the PreK Classroom   (continue reading)
Wed, Sep 26, '18

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