Look Inside My Tutoring Binder

I reorganized my office last week. While doing so, I found my tutoring bag from last year. 
(This is a judgement-free zone, right?!) 

I spent a lot of time and effort preparing for tutoring, so I thought I would share my binder with you to make your tutoring life a little easier.

My binder is divided into four sections: writing, fluency activities, fluency passages, and comprehension. Under each picture, you will find links to products, most of which are FREE!

 Keep in mind that we also worked on homework and any specific skills that the child needed each week, but the binder was full of resources and back-up activities to help fill time. 

About Me cover page by Lyndsey Kearney

Writing Checklist by JD's Rockin' Readers

Handwriting Poster by Steve Hungerford

Stretch a Sentence by Cassie Thomas

Backs of laminated cardstock pages double as dry-erase boards. 

Portable Word Wall by Where the Wild Things Learn

nametag by Primary Graffiti 

(These are Amazon affiliate links.)

Georgia's standards for all subjects


Roll and Write a Story by Where the Wild Things Learn

blank writing paper 

Boggle Word Builders by Krista Walden ... We LOVED these!


Roll and Read by 180 Days of Reading 

other favorites (not pictured) by The Moffat Girls

One Breath Boxes (not pictured) by Donna Coleman


Reading A-Z (subscription required)

lots of fluency passages on Teacher Pay Teachers (not pictured)


Dice Games by Melissa Mazur

We usually used spinners similar to these (affiliate link).

Roll a Long Vowel Team by Barnard Island

Magic E Read, Write, Draw by Callie's Creations

Lastly, stock your bag with high-interest books, highlighters, small treats like candy or mini erasers.

Whew! Did I forget anything? Did you grab any of the linked freebies? 
Let me know if a comment below! 

1 comment

  1. What a great way to stay organized! I have 3 bags in the trunk of the car and tote them all over! This is MUCH better! Thanks for sharing. :)


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