Students working on a fluency passage for practice before intervention
Our school uses the research based SRA reading program for the majority of our reading intervention (I don't plan the math section so that is why I never talk about it! ha), however, I add supplement materials for each group to work on for the first 5-10 minutes that go along with what we have been practicing in class and/or skills that particular group needs extra work on. Most of the time, I end up printing a lot of center type activities and task cards for them to use during this review/practice time.
Recently, I have begun filling a folder full of the activities, cards, materials, note card lesson plan/instructions for our parapros. Right now, I am making some multi-syllabic word practice folders for a few of the groups. This definitely takes a bit of time but is well worth it in the long run!
I am always eager to hear what other teachers provide for parent volunteers, aids, or paraprofessional small groups. Please link up below with either your blog or a post that share what you do :)