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Reading Strategies Bookmarks

These fun downloadable bookmarks provide strategies for word reading, blending and word attack for educators and parents who are supporting both beginning and more advanced readers.

Some ideas for using the Reading Strategies Bookmarks!

  • Send the Supporting Word Reading Success home with home readers to help parents support beginning readers develop word reading skills.
  • Give the Reading Strategies Bookmarks to students to remind them of the different blending strategies they can use to read new words.
  • Give more advanced readers the Word Attack Tips to help them develop independent word attack skills. 

Individual images along with A4 Printable PDF files are available (in order that you can easily print these fun bookmarks for your students).

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