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Reading/Literacy

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Matching letter combinations and vowel sounds to help with both reading and writing skills

Prove It! Text Evidence Readers for beginners. Students will have so much fun by color coding the answers directly in the text. Explicit text evidence.

Recycling old paper bags to make World Book Day Masks!! Let the Rumpus begin!

Kids Crafts: Paperbag Craft Challenge - Red Ted Art's Blog

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Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

How to Teach Sight Words

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iFake Text - create a fake text dialogue between book characters. No phone needed! Loving this! So many cool ways you could use it!

Kleinspiration: iFake Text - Having fun with Dialogue!

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Inflectional Endings Posters with printable worksheets

Inflectional Endings

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how to spell

how to spell top ten tips for kids spelling

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Fornecer as palavras em post-it para a criança leia para a turma que a ajudará a decidir embaixo de qual aba de qual prefixo deve colar a palavra.

Tons of Tracing Worksheets, shapes, abc, 123, days of the week, addition...and by grade level

Teaching Your Highly Distractible Child to Read. A curriculum that works, ideas that adapt to any resource and encouragement for your heart.

"Let's Go Fishing" sight word game

tons of sight word ideas

Each child gets a list, a clip board, a pencil, and one flash card (on a headband). Then the students roam around the room reading sight words. They draw a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead, until they figure out which one is on their own head. :)

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story

Have you seen Literactive? This amazing FREE literacy website is ideal for Pre-K, K and the first half of First Grade. Guided reading books, learning games and more!

FREE CVC WORKSHEET

Very cute idea to practice sight words!

Ten ways to learn spellings – with lots of creativity and fun included.

Kindergarten RTI: Letter Identification & Recognition

Alphabet Money! Helps teach phonics, letter sounds and beginning sounds! Kids can earn Alphabet Dollars :)

Dog's Colorful Day--free visuals to go with this adorable book

A fun way to practice letter recognition and letter sounds

REVIEW GAME: Connect-Four

where's the bear? sight word practice.