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‘Thinking About Our Reading’ posters and sentence stems are designed to help you introduce and practice the skills needed by young readers to understand the text that they hear and read. The skills include: Making and Adjusting Predictions Making Connections Asking Questions Defining New Words Rereading to Check Understanding Describing and Visualizing Retelling in Sequence Summarizing $

Picture word cards. Create a mini booklet for matching words to picture. If You Give a Dog a Donut by Laura Numeroff. Created by The Education Highway

Unit 4 - this unit has 4 weeks worth of word practice (work work, word game, homework practice, flashcards, cut-up sentences, assessments, word wall cards, ppts, flipcharts and much more.

Anytime of the year is a good time to practice with "Months of the Year: Ordering Activities for Primary Grades." This is a packet of center and printable activities to practice putting the months of the year in order. $

Silent E Activities for Firsties (26 pages) - (24) Silent-e Houses (pgs. 3-6) - (54) Silent-e Word Cards (pgs. 7-15) Use as flashcards or make 2 s...

16 word combinations sorts, each of which include: Cut and Paste activity, Color the sound activity, Task Cards, Recording sheet, and Write the word sorts

This package includes scrambled words for making 3 stories. Each story has 3 sentences to unscramble. Next, the sentences are written into a story and students are encouraged to add to the story with their own creative conclusion. Then the story is illustrated with the facts from the story to check comprehension. $

Are your little ones learning to name the parts of their bodies? How about your ELLs? Are your beginners learning to read the words that name their body parts? Then this is the unit for you. "Parts of the Body: A Word Study Unit" is designed to introduce a verbal and written vocabulary for 19 basic body parts from ‘head’ to ‘toe.’ $

Great for BRAIN BREAKS: Monster 'Skills & Drills' are a set of relay games that can be played indoors or outdoors, combining physical skill activities with sight word and math fact drill activities. The addition of the “monster” theme adds fun to the sometimes boring drilling of basics. $

Cause and Effect cards--could be used as necklaces for students to find a partner, as a matching activity, or as part of an anchor chart, $

Have your kids practice writing more descriptive sentences first grade and second grade writing practice