EBOOK Ü EPUB 180 Days of Reading ê Grade 6 Daily Reading Workbook for Classroom and Home FREE

BOOK 180 Days of Reading

EBOOK Ü EPUB 180 Days of Reading ê Grade 6 Daily Reading Workbook for Classroom and Home FREE ☆ ❮Ebook❯ ➦ 180 Days of Reading: Grade 6 - Daily Reading Workbook for Classroom and Home, Reading Comprehension and Phonics Practice, School Level Activities .Versions of the daily practice activities This resource is aligned to the interdisciplinary themes from the Partnership for 21st Century Skil Love this book Passages are short so they don’t take much time & there is an assessment at the end of every week

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Nd nonfiction passages are provided as well as data driven assessment tips and a Digital Resource CD with assessment analysis and electronic My daughter really enjoys this book and all of the 180 days of books She’s definitely learning new things and it’s not an overwhelming amount of work We homeschool and have added this entire set this year and I’m happy we did

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180 Days of Reading Grade 6 Daily Reading Workbook for Classroom and Home Reading Comprehension and Phonics Practice School Level Activities Challenging Concepts 180 Days of PracticeGreat for after school and intervention programs students gain regular practice through these uick diagnostic based activities Both fiction a I am a certified teacher who now homeschools I use this book everyday but we don’t complete the writing prompts I like that the kids receive daily practice in reading and they learn to refer back to the reading passage when answering the uestions something that students seem to resist doing even though it’s perfectly acceptable and necessary in school and in life to go back and reread if necessary as long as you’re not instructed not to do that in class or on a testThe book has helped me assess the areas where my children might need extra reinforcement and reteaching on a concept For example if we’ve studied prepositional phrases earlier in the year and I see that a child has missed a uestion asking him to identify the prepositional phrase in a sentence I know to go back and review prepositional phrases with him or at least ask some uestions to see how well he understands that concept I also like the variety of interesting topics and that students are reading an assortment of fiction and nonfiction throughout the yearI did give up on the writing prompts though The uestions are too direct and often it seems to me could be answered in a sentence or two They don’t set the stage for the student to feel that they can expand on the topicI would say this book is a great component of a language arts program but isn’t all that I use It’s a solid part of our everyday work but I add it to a variety of resources for a complete curriculumI do love that there is a CD in the back of the book to print the pages off and the book allows teachers to copy for their classrooms I have my kids write their answers in an English notebook so we don’t mark up the book but I also have occasionally printed the passages out from the CD That is so much easier than trying to photocopy a page from the book Teachers out there will find it much easier to use the CD when copying for their classrooms