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Reading intervention Activities. Everything is ready for your class. Just print and go! These reading activities are perfect for:Fluency practice, Guided Reading, RTI, Parent volunteers, Morning work, & Homework. Little readers will practice reading: Letter sounds, Digraphs, Blends, Vowel teams, Diphthongs , R-controlled vowels, CVC words, Words with blends digraphs and vowel teams, Sight words, & Short phrases/sentences.

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from Overstuffed

Is your child ready to take on some easier chapter books? Here is a great list of some series for early readers that you may not have heard of before.

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printable sight word books. I love this idea because it is interactive for the visual learner, hands on learner, and of course auditory if read out loud. I had a lot of success with this with slower readers.

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Ready to print and use in whole group, small group, guided reading, written responses, book discussions, book clubs, etc. Thank you much! Comments and ratings are greatly appreciated

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from Fun-A-Day!

Apple Emergent Reader for Preschoolers from www.fun-a-day.com -- A simple book about apple colors. It has repetitive text and pictures the children color along the way. Includes a link to a free printable.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Kindergarten Sight Word Fluency (Pre-Primer) This pack is great for beginning readers or struggling readers in kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in reading. Inside you will find: 40 Reading Fluency Pages *Each pages is focused on one sight word. Students read the text and highlight the sight word focused on.

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