Individualized Daily Reading

Individualized Daily Reading

If you want to motivate children to read, write, and expand their vocabulary, you have to give them books that capture their imagination. Students need daily practice reading high-interest fiction and nonfiction books that are carefully matched to their independent reading levels and that appeal to their curiosity and interests. The Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) libraries help you build or augment a classroom library to support everyday practice, so students can read successfully for pleasure, information, and exploration.

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