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Beginning Blends (FREE; from Tracy Pippin's "First Grade Help Pages for Reading & Math Folders, Homework Folder" on TpT)

Stories to help kids understand sounds...these are SO cute!

Kindergarten Sentence Scrambles (sight words and color words) **six page preview on my facebook page**

MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

Letter Mazes {Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition}. Use them with dot paints, stickers, markers, finger paints, laminate and use with dry-erase markers... There are many ways to use them to keep students engaged!

Free download to keep in writer's notebook

Book Marks to send home with Guided Reading books

Guided Reading Checklist

Tons of printables for learning to read: Bob Books, cvc, cvcc, blends, digraphs, sight words

A fun and engaging song to teach parts of a story. Free!

Wonderful video to teach and review consonant blends. Blends reviewed in this video are bl, cl, cr, pl, pr, gl, gr, fl, fr, dr, tr, tw, sc, sk, sp, st, squ, sl, sm, sn, sw, nt, nd.

The Crazy Pre-K Classroom: Numbers, Sentence building and I Spy Sight Words!

Pete the Cat class book.pdf

Home reading letter for parents. Encourages strategies other than "sound it out".

musical chairs reading. Play music and when the music stops students stop, sit down and start reading! Lots of fun and something different to develop reading interests.