Singing with little ones is a fun and easy way to help them develop literacy skills long before they’re ready to sit down and read a book. You can make sing-alongs a regular part as you go through your day.
Early Literacy Skills Checklist: K-1. Use this checklist in several ways: • To identify the needs of an individual student • To identify the needs of a group • To keep track of strategies you have taught or plan to teach Enjoy!
Get a freebie to get you started from this blog post! Just add felt or foam pieces to your block center to create interactive maps. Kids can learn map skills, explore communities and community helpers, and practice a number of math and literacy skills!
FREE! Reading Game Boards (FREE!): Sight Words, Vowel Teams, Blends, and Digraphs from TeacherTam on TeachersNotebook.com - (10 pages) - FREE! Your students will enjoy practicing some literacy skills with these colorful, engaging games! The set includes 5 one-page literacy games for first and second grade.
These fun organizers focus on two literacy skills: #1 Key Ideas and Details (e.g. close reading, summarizing) and #2 Integration of Knowledge (e.g. evaluating claims, extracting evidence). #strugglingreaders ~ Available at TpT.