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School Is a Happy Place: January Jumpstart (January Centers, Y as a Vowel, and Loads of FREEBIES) Students can familiarize themselves with the words that have a Y at the end. This can be used as a supplemental activity or in centers. Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Teaching Tools, Free Phonics Worksheets, Read Write Inc Phonics, Grade 1 Worksheets, Jolly Phonics, Literacy Activities, Physical Activities

January Jumpstart (January Centers, Y as a Vowel, and Loads of FREEBIES)

Boy was it a cold start back after winter break. I can take a few days of this weather, but I'm just about over it. Of course the cold did not slow us down in class. We made the most out of the 3 days and 5 hours that we had this week. (Monday was an admin. day and Thursday was a delayed start.) My goals for this week were to introduce our January math and literacy centers (all 21 of them), to do a little Daily 5 retraining, to launch Rocket Math (addition fact drills), to teach all about Y…

Teach Your Child to Read - Freebie! cvce list of words to practice short and long vowel sounds. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Spelling Word Activities, Short Vowel Activities, Kindergarten Freebies

cvc/cvce and cvc/cvvc words- Freebie!

Freebie! Three pages filled with those tricky vowel sounds that some students need extra practice with. Students read the 2 words in each box while switching back and forth from a short to a long vowel sound. Use with small group: Listen to students read the list of words. Students could take turns reading one box at a time as they read around the table. Use at a reading center: Set several copies at a reading center for students to partner read. Students can take turns reading each box. Use…

Magic E and CVC I show the kids how to take cvc words and add a magic e to the end. We talk about how the e makes the vowel shout its name. I make an anchor chart of words with the kids. This chart grows as the week goes on. Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids, Guided Reading, Literacy Centers, Phonics Rules, Spelling Rules

Magic E

It's that time of year! Magic e! I love teaching my kids about the magic e because it means they have really grown as readers! I know th...

Add ing and drop the e The kids and I have been talking about words with ing added on the end. My youngest has just started coming across these words in his reading and his big sister was showing him how to break the wo… Home Learning, Learning Tools, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Blended Learning, English Activities For Kids, Grammar Activities, Dyslexia Activities, Teaching Aids

Add ing and drop the e

The kids and I have been talking about words with ing added on the end. My youngest has just started coming across these words in his reading and his big sister was showing him how to break the wo…

A fun and engaging way to practice fluency with phonics, spelling patterns, dice, and quick sentences that use sight words! Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Fluency Games, 2nd Grade Reading Games, Reading Group Activities, Reading Practice, Reading Groups

Roll & Read Fluency-Sparkling in Second Grade

A fun way to practice fluency using spelling patterns, quick passages, and dice!

Silent E Worksheets for Kindergarten Teaching the Hard and soft "c" and "g" Make Take Teach Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Posters, Listening Activities, Teaching Time, Phonics Worksheets, Printable Worksheets

Teaching the Hard and Soft “C” and “G” (Make, Take & Teach)

Our little first graders will soon be introduced to the two sounds of “c” and “g”. Those two consonants are a bit tricky as they make different sounds depending upon the letter that follows in the wor

I would give this to students when introducing the phonics topic of hard and soft G. Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Posters, Teaching Resources, Phonics Rules, Spelling Rules

Teaching the Hard and Soft "C" and "G" - Make Take & Teach

Our little first graders will soon be introduced to the two sounds of “c” and “g”. Those two consonants are a bit tricky as they make different sounds depending upon the letter that follows in the word. We typically teach students that the “hard” sounds of “c” and “g” occur most often, but they do […]

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Great irregular verbs foldable! (could do this with regular past verbs as well) Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Reading, Teaching English, Teaching Kids, Teaching Resources, Learning Log, English Teachers, Teaching Spanish, Teaching Tools

Irregular Verbs

So, YAY! We finally sold our house and moved! What a big job...and time zapper! Thankfully we were able to find a great rental (and by great I mean good neighborhood, clean, good size, etc.) close by until we are able to move closer to home (Vermont!) Of course, with all the moving I've had very little time to blog! However, I took a little time today and got a new product up on TeachersPayTeachers - an irregular verb foldable graphic organizer. It's more of a resource, than anything else…

20 Perfect Anchor Charts for Teaching Phonics and Blends 3 - ow oa First Grade Phonics, First Grade Reading, Teaching Phonics, Teaching Tools, Jolly Phonics, Teaching Ideas, Preschool Kindergarten, Student Teaching, Kindergarten Reading

Five for Friday

Well, it was quite a week! We had a *Snow Day* Wednesday for what was predicted to be over a foot of snow, but what amounted to maybe six inches. The snow was pretty much melted by noon and then it rained for a little while. So I enjoyed an extra day off with my little guy and spent some time working on report cards & drinking lattes. Speaking of report cards, in my district we do them SIX times a year. Yes, six. I feel like I am constantly doing report cards. We will be handing them out…