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Grammar & Conventions

Help students understand and use key components of the English language and printed text.

  • Big books enable teachers to introduce and explain the construction of sentences.
  • Reader's Theater engages students in practicing conventions with oral language.
  • Writer's workshop integrates the use of grammar and conventions when writing.

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Grammar & Conventions

Big Books

  • Shared Reading Classics

    Fiction Big Books by Brenda Parkes
    Develop early reading strategies through rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. Beloved classics engage young readers with familiar tales and characters.
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  • My First Genre Big Books

    Engaging Big Books help young students understand and create the 3 key text types emphasized in the Common Core Standards: Informational, Narrative and Opinion.
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  • Content Connections Big Books

    The only K–2 Big Books that explicitly teach concepts, text structures, and nonfiction text features.
    Develop the ability to read informational text and understand content-area concepts. Engage students with real-world topics and photographs.
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Reader's Theater

  • Reader's Theater: Nursery Rhymes and Songs

    Develop sight word knowledge, print concepts and oral language skills with scripts based on classic nursery rhymes and songs.
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  • Reader's Theater: Word Plays

    PLAYing with words helps improve language arts proficiency and strengthen foundational skills.
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Writer's Workshop

  • Benchmark Writer's Workshop

    Ready-to-use tools, explicit mini-lessons, and detailed support help you implement a workshop model that teaches students to write informational, opinion, and narrative prose.
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