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Idea by Kate, 1st Grade Teacher, Hawthorne, NJ

I teach a first grade transition classroom so there are many levels of learning evident in our room.  For reading, I differentiate by creating activities designed to meet different needs. For example, for my students who are working on short vowel sounds, I provide letter tiles for word-building activities. For other students still needing reinforcement with initial letter sounds, I set up a sorting activity game using picture cards. A lot of my resources have come from Really Good Stuff®, because…it’s really great stuff!

 

The article above was featured in the October 2011 edition of the Classroom Connection newsletter.  Read more great tips and tricks from that edition below:

Counting on Differentiation

Together and Alone Centers Support Differentiation

Needs-Based Differentiation

Strategies to Promote Differentiated Reading

Story of the Month

Letter Perfect Introductions

A Group Approach to Differentiated Learning

These Kids Progress with a Little Help from Their Friends

Let Kids Choose Differentiation

One Lesson Three Ways

Activities Created with Really Good Supplies

Day-by-Day Way to Track Learning

This Activity is on the Money


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