Summer Bugs - Reading Comprehension: Who? What? Where? Fun short stories/sentences with related who? what? where? questions. Great for the end of the year or SUMMER SCHOOL lessons and SUMMER PRACTICE! $
These phonics poems are the perfect way to have your students practice fluency! I love to put these poems in a poetry folder and each week we have a new word family or phonics skill to learn. Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students can read the poems, visualize the poems, and practice nonsense words easily in a phonics center, whole group or small group with the teacher!
Summer Reading Passages with Comprehension Questions These non-fiction reading passages have lots of fun facts that your students will love. The topics include Flag Day Buzzing Bees (The Invention of) Popsicles! and Great White Sharks. They can be used as guided reading homework for early finishers or even an easy way to get kids settled when they walk in the door! Enjoy! Christina 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade A Classroom for All Seasons free reading comprehension resources Summer
AT Word Family Match Letter and Write the Word: Practice identifying the beginning sound of each word by looking at the picture and placing the correct missing letter to complete the word. Your child will then write the words themselves.
Free "I Will Read" Poem Template Your students will love being able to be a little silly with this fun poem template about reading everywhere! Fill in the blanks with pairs of rhyming words to create your very own poem. This is a great activity to go along with a Dr. Seuss unit or for Read Across America week. Visit my blog for the free download! Dr. Seuss activities Mrs. Thompson's Treasures Poetry Read Across America reading
Teaching phonics is a great way to help your child learn to read and write with confidence! Use this free, printable phonics worksheet to get extra practice with the consonant blends br, bl, br, and cl. Have your young learner look at the image and tell you what it is, and then see if they can choose the correct consonant blend. When they’re finished, have them read the words back to you! Read more at…
These FREE read & illustrate phonics passages and the perfect way for students to practice fluency. There are passages and sentences to provide for differentiation and these are all for long vowels with silent e. Head over to the post to download the free activity!
Write the Room with Rhyming Words - free - This Reading Mama