Teaching - Reading


Teaching - Reading

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Fluency practice with punctuation!

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6-PACK! IS IT A SENTENCE? - One skill, one format, six sheets. Just what you need at just the right price. As always, made to save you ink, money, and time. $1.00

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FREE spring roll and read for CVC words... find it on the Spring Has Sprung and Games Are Fun Blog Hop!

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$ April Printable Packet - Kindergarten Literacy and Math. S Blends! [Ms. Makinson]

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7 Scaffolds for Teaching Emerging Readers 1-1 Correspondence at the beginning of the school year, or whenever you notice students not tracking print correctly.

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What's in the Middle?

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Word family game. (Love it when teachers create learning games) Also use "Crabby Writer" iPad app itunes.apple.com/...

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I Can Read Words! Simple CVC words to help BEGINNING readers! The first 2 letters are the same, which really helps them focus on the last sound!

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Words that didn't sound the same way they are spelled "rule breakers"...I guess because rule breakers are words that don't really follow the rules we teach in phonics. Last year I noticed that my students were having difficulty spelling the words was and get, so I decided to reintroduce those words as rule breakers--and we stuck those words in jail!

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Rhyming words sort freebie

Rowdy in Room 300: Happy New Year!

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character traits with a bad case of the stripes - love the poster idea

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Common Core Crunch - November...Word Work (Blends, long vowels, short vowels, syllables, spelling), Opinion Writing, Morning Work/Daily Warm Up, Assessment...

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Love this for displaying word families!

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Recycle empty crayon boxes into color-words books.

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Sight Words: When They Just Don’t Stick ~ understanding the development of word learning

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Miss Kindergarten: Sight Word Chant

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Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt. Select list of words and write them on the board. Write letters on post it notes and stick them around the room. The kids find the letters and build the words on the board. Sounds like fun!

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Creating ABC booklets

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Books – Cut the fronts off the boxes. Hole punch and bind with a book ring. Great for reading environmental print.

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I like this flip book. Find sight words in magazines and other real contexts and paste on corresponding page.

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A Teeny Tiny Teacher: Rhyming Words

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1:1 reading correspondence!

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How To Write a Word Like It Sounds

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decorate your sight words with beans, cake decorations, cherrios and other fun foods!

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Here are some FREE color word activities.... I will be adding to this each day as I make them. They are meant to be a fun filler activity that reinforces color word recognition. Enjoy!

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