Karen Fernandez
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When two vowels go walking...the first one does the talking - Yes! Such a great way to help children understand vowels and pronunciation.

Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts Such a cute idea that kids most likely will remember!

50 More Phonics Cards (FREE) for ending blends/digraphs, bossy r vowels, long vowels with silent e, vowel digraphs, and other vowels - This Reading Mama

FREE Phonics Cards are a great tool for helping kids recognize patterns in words for reading and spelling (homeschool, kindergarten, grade, grade) pin now, check out later

Over 60 FREE Phonics Cards for beginning sounds, vowel sounds, blends, digraphs and MORE!

Over 60 FREE Phonics Cards for beginning sounds, vowel sounds, blends, digraphs and more from This Reading Mama.

Decoding drills for fluency are a perfect and fun way for kindergarten and first graders to practice decoding words. They help build speed and automaticity, which improves reading fluency. They also make great reading intervention activities. I love that they are differentiated and include real and nonsense words.

I’ve been using decoding drills at the beginning of reading intervention blocks. Students read the cvc words across the row. Once they are able to fluently read a page, we move on to the next struggling reading reading activities kindergarten reading

Dr. Seuss Activities - Word Families:

Seuss Activities - Word Families used a chart like this to teach my sons how to read. honor students in high school now.