Free Sight Word Printables: Dab n' Dot - Kindergarten Mom
Free Sight Word Printables and Worksheets! These Dolch 220 Activity Pages are perfect for Kindergarten or First Grade Students. Students will love matching Dolch pre-primer sight words in these fun and colorful worksheets. Use a bingo dauber or marker to match and master beginning sight words. #sightwords #pre-primer #kindergarten #Dolch #reading via @prekmoms
FREE Phonics Fluency Check
These phonics fluency series are the perfect way for students to practice phonics,reading fluency, and comprehension. These series are ideal for beginning readersin kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in reading.Check out the full packet here:Phonics Fluency Check (The Bundle)This se...
7 Syllable Types Resources - Make Take & Teach
It’s always so much fun listening and watching our young readers figure out those “longer” words. Many of our little ones are pretty solid decoding one-syllabe words and are now ready to learn strategies for decoding multisyllabic words. So, really, what is a syllable? Simply put, a syllable is a unit of pronunciation containing a […]
The FLOSS Rule (Make, Take & Teach)
Memory aids are often used to help students remember certain spelling rules. The FLoSS rule is one of the first spelling rules taught to our first and second grade students to help them understand whe
44 Sounds of the English Language FREEBIE (Teacher's Take-Out)
Freebie! 44 Sounds of the English Language on one nice little sheet. It's easy to read and store. This sheet has a few examples for each sound. Not all examples are used. A black and white version is
(Digital and Printable) 70 Leveled Passages (Animals) Guided Reading A to N
There are 70 Self-Grading and Leveled Guided Reading Passages. Assign a reading passage. The student score is sent automatically to your Google Drive. Guided reading levels A to N are included. Each guided reading level has five passages. The printable version is also included.BenefitsConveniently...
Anchor Charts: Powerful Learning Tools -
I’m often asked how I create anchor charts and what materials are my favorite. So let’s talk anchor charts! Below, I’ve organized my thoughts and beliefs on using anchor charts in the classroom. This is my personal philosophy. It’s not the “right way” or the “better way.” It’s just my way. The first thing to … Continue reading Anchor Charts: Powerful Learning Tools
Open and Closed Syllable Games
*This post contains affiliate links. If you’ve read my blog for very long, you know I’m a huge fan of making literacy as hands-on as possible. To teach my oldest reader (2nd grade), we mainly use the Words Their Way word sorts and the letter tiles from All About Reading/All About Spelling. But every once ... Read More about Open and Closed Syllable Games