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Sound it out, box it up and read the simple sentence! TONS of fun and engaging resources!

Reading - I love this pin as an emerging reading skill. It allows the student to sound out the word and learn the letters it takes to create the word.

Landforms & Map Skills Unit

I like this as a quick assessment Students would have to identify the different types of landforms that pertain to land. Student would then identify the terms that are various types of water.

FREE Reading comprehension activities! Great for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade or ESL students. free reading comprehension, free kindergarten reading, free kindergarten printables, tpt freebies, first grade reading, pre-k reading, picture comprehension, english language arts.

Picture Comprehension This reading comprehension set was made for English Language Learners in Pre-K, kindergarten and in first grade. This comprehension pack is also perfect for early readers and special education.

Download free printables at preview. Sound it out- long vowel spelling. Spring Math and Literacy No Prep - Kindergarten. An excellent pack with a lot of sight word, short vowel, long vowel, spelling, vocabulary, word work, reading, fluency and other literacy activities and practice

Sound it out- long vowel spelling. Spring Math and Literacy No Prep - Kindergarten. An excellent pack with a lot of vowel, spelling, vocabulary, word work and other literacy activities

Help your child improve their reading and writing skills with this free, phonics printable that features the consonant blends fr, fl, gr, and gl. Students must identify what the picture is, and use the rest of the letters to figure out what consonant blend goes at the beginning of the word. What other words does your child know that start with these consonant blends?   Read more at http://kidspressmagazine.com/phonics/worksheets/misc/consonant-blends-fr-fl-gr-gl.html#cM53BI6HYTxXL0To.99…

Help your child improve their reading and writing skills with this free, phonics printable that features the consonant blends fr, fl, gr, and gl.