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  • whole class guided reading session

    , May 6th
  • for SLT and for sharing with TAs

    , Feb 10th
  • p7

    , Jan 24th
  • I will print these and use them as a starter activity when reading a short passage.

    , Jun 23rd
This resource features three dice for promting your children before, during and after reading a book. The sides of the dice feature a selection of questions which encourage your children to reflect or consider that they've read/are about to read. A great discussion starter, and way of reviewing books in a group.
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