Teaching Letter Recognition - what order to introduce letters - How Wee Learn
The order for teaching letters to preschoolers straight from a teacher! Surprisingly NOT ABC order, but makes so much sense. Love the alphabet activities too.
PUNCHCARD BOOKMARK PRINTABLE -- overthebigmoon.com
These Printable Punchcard Bookmarks are the perfect way to help your kids track their reading and help motivate them to read! From overthebigmoon.com!
Daily Schedule - Sight Words and Poetry/Phonics
One of my projects this summer was to plan out how I wanted to teach sight words and phonics skills next year. My curriculum does not dictate what phonics skills we have to teach and which sight word lists to practice, so I came up with a yearly scope and sequence that I am pretty happy with! At the end of this post you'll find a link to a bunch of freebies. This chart is in there (and it's editable). I have set aside about 20 minutes a day for sight words, poetry, and phonics. It usually…
Retelling Sticks are a tool for students to help them retell stories, while identifying and describing story elements. The visual cues will aid students in providing key ideas and details as they retell and sequence. Glue the laminate circles to popsicle sticks and they are ready to use!
Reading Curriculum and Intervention Guide
Do you struggle knowing which reading skills to teach your students? This Reading Skills Step Ladder will give teachers a quick and easy "at a glance" view of how students develop reading skills and help them identify gaps where students are missing essential skills.• If you need help knowing WHAT t...
Super Sleuth Blog Hop Stop #7
Welcome to our Reading Super Sleuth Blog Hop!!! I am so glad you are here to have a lot of fun, find a bunch of freebies and enter a contest! If you are just
Help a Child to Read Blog
Is there an order to teaching reading? Learning to Read | Teaching Kids to Read | Learning Words | Learning to Spell | Spelling | Learning to Pronounce Words | Pronunciation | Reading Activities | Reading Games| Reading for fun #reading #childhoodeducation #kidsactivities #learningtoread
(Grade 3) A Full Year of Daily Common Core Reading Practice
ACCESS A FULL YEAR OF DAILY COMMON CORE ACCESS THE VERSION WITHOUT COMMON CORE Quick, daily Common Core practice is here! Yippee! Benefits: Review realistic fiction, nonfiction, poetry, plays, historical fiction and more in just a few minutes each day. Weekly checklists are included to keep track of Common Core Standards students have mastered. Review a variety of topics such as regions and biomes, early U.S. history, folktales, and more. There is a unique passage for each school day of the…
RTI can be both a great experience and chaotic for all parties involved. Students who get pulled out for RTI usually get pulled for other services (though not all do) and classroom teachers have a tough time keeping track of who is where and when! I found that during my time as an RTI literacy teacher, I rarely could find the time to talk to the classroom teacher about what was going on with their students. My schedule left me about 3 minutes to make it between two different elementary…
Funny Chapter Books for Kids (That They'll Love)
So many reluctant readers become enthusiastic when they read funny books. Get your kids hooked on funny chapter books like these top choices!
Teaching Students to Be Better Annotators Poster and Infographic - WeAreTeachers
We've created a brand-new classroom poster to help you teach kids smart highlighting skills. Plus, don't forget to save and pin the exclusive educator infographic.
Phonics Unit 4 - CVC Words & Word Families FREEBIE — Keeping My Kiddo Busy
CVC Reading Passages with comprehension questions - short vowel stories for kindergarten guided reading - literacy center or small group guided reading activity - No Prep short vowel story for pre-k or first grade - CVC words Phonics Unit FREE Printables and Worksheets #kindergarten #kindergartenphonics #CVC #shortvowels