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Music-Friendly Lessons to Boost Comprehension from Lyrics2Learn

August 27, 2015

Looking to capture your students attention while building core literacy skills? You’ll want to check out the Music-Friendly Lessons from Lyrics2Learn.  This website hosts online reading centers and mini-lessons for elementary students.  Students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade can work independently through activities to strengthen comprehension and fluency.  This engaging platform can connect student interests to foundational literacy skills that will help them grow as readers.

Music-Friendly Lessons

Lyrics2Learn: Boost Comprehension with Music-Friendly LessonsLyrics2Learn combines music with fluency practice to help students internalize information. Kids can also move through different levels of interactive comprehension as they master new skills.  Lyrics2Learn provides practice activities for all levels of elementary school students. This makes it a good choice for teachers looking to meet the individual needs of learners.  It is certainly a great tool for creating life-long readers who are motivated and interested in literacy learning.

Visit Lyrics2Learn’s website to learn more, take a trial, or also to sample free lesson downloads!

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