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Superhero Reading Binder

This superhero reading binder is designed to help you create a quick and ready to go binder for your young readers.

This superhero reading binder is designed to help you create a quick and ready to go binder for your young readers.

This free collection or printable pages can be used to help you create an interactive binder for your readers.

This superhero binder has been designed to fit into all classrooms. Your students will love the fun, superhero theme!

This binder has been created for students working on beginning reading skills. We do have a range of pages so you can choose what will work best for your students.

This can be placed at a literacy center or used as an intervention for students working on an included skill.

This superhero reading binder is designed to help you create a quick and ready to go binder for your young readers.

At home, this can be a useful tool when you are looking to help your child practice early reading skills.

New to this binder, we have included pages with the first 100 Fry words. Students can practice these sight words in groups of ten and check off each word as they reach mastery.

This superhero reading binder is designed to help you create a quick and ready to go binder for your young readers.

To conserve color ink, this superhero reading binder is mostly provided in black and white. A few pages will have a black and white and color option so be sure to choose the pages you need when you are ready to print.

Superhero Reading Intervention Binder free from The Curriculum Corner

How to Create

  1. Print your pages on card stock. We used white but colorful card stock would work for many of the pages if desired.
  2. Laminate the pages. (We chose to laminate our entire set for durability.)
  3. Sort your pages. For the pages created to be work mats or holding pages for pieces, we used a three hole punch. We punched these pages and placed in a binder.
  4. For pages with letters or cards, cut out the pieces.
  5. Add Velcro! Place Velcro on the boxes and backs of the pieces. Some pages come with holding pages for the pieces and others have space so you can put the pieces on the edges or tops of the pages.
  6. Let students explore, play & read!

You can download this free superhero reading binder to accompany your winter story study here:

Superhero Binder

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