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Ask Meli! November, 2018

Meli is excited to share some of her letters with you! Here are some from students at St. Anthony School of Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  (continue reading)
Wed, Nov 14, '18

Building a Community of Readers Across the Grades

Schools can be places where competition is more common than collaboration, and students are tested as much as they are taught. This is why it's important for students to feel a sense of community, not just in the classroom but across all grades.  (continue reading)
Thu, Nov 1, '18

Why The Literacy Continuum is Essential to Your Literacy Instruction

The Literacy Continuum is critical to your literacy instruction. It has everything you need to guide your students effectively through their literacy journeys.  (continue reading)
Thu, Oct 18, '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

Three Ways to Support Emergent Readers in the PreK Classroom

Prekindergarten teachers are faced with the challenge of creating classrooms that are play-based, but also prepare children for a literacy-rich world. While most children will not leave PreK able to read conventionally, their development as emergent readers can be supported in many ways.  (continue reading)
Wed, Sep 26, '18

A Note About Reading Levels

We believe, and have always believed, that reading levels are a valuable tool for teachers, and should not be used as a label for the children we teach, but rather should be used to make good decisions in instruction.  (continue reading)
Tue, Sep 25, '18

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