Phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics
Check out my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LiteracyResources This video shares basic information about some terminology surrounding the teaching of...
Supporting Students with Autism: 10 Ideas for Inclusive Classrooms
Students with autism may have unique needs with learning, social skills, and communication. These ten simple ideas will help teachers address some of these needs and provide guidance for bringing out the best in learners with autism.
Decoding Fix-It Strategies and Why I Don't Use "Fishy Lips"
Should we talk "kindergarten-talk" to kindergartners or should we treat them like all other learners? I think we should treat them like all learners and empower them with expectations, real-world vocabulary, and lessons that will last over time. What do you think?
SPELLING ACTIVITY MATRIX: 42 IDEAS FOR YOUR WEEKLY SPELLING WORDS — Innovative Teaching Ideas
This EVERGREEN RESOURCE will come in handy for fresh ideas for students to use their spelling words more EFFECTIVELY and CREATIVELY. The matrix is built on Blooms Taxonomy and addresses all areas in a simple to understand language for students of all ages. Best of all it's completely Free!!! Click here to download the editable version **20,000 Downloads by 2018** People love this resource LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? For more creative ideas and product updates, be sure to follow us on FACEBOOK to…
IF I GET STUCK - A GUIDE FOR PARENTS - Tiny Steps Make Big Strides
The number one question I am asked is what do I do when my child gets stuck? A guide for parent - download the free decoding strategies bookmark.
The Order of Adjectives: Why It Matters Where You Put Descriptive Words
If you've ever asked yourself why we English-speakers say 'The big black hairy dog' instead of 'The black hairy big
What’s the best way to teach the Alphabetic Principle?
Alphabetic principle is the idea that letters, and groups of letters, match individual sounds in words. The ability to apply these predictable relationships to familiar and unfamiliar words is crucial to reading. Letter-sound correspondence, or the relationship of the letters in the alphabet to the sounds they produce, is a key component of the alphabetic principle and
230 FREE Pronunciation Worksheets
Welcome to our Pronunciation Worksheets section! Pronunciation is a really important part of teaching ESL. It is often the focus of speaking or listening exercises but you can even include pronunciati
Alphabetical order has been around for 800 years. But is it on the way out?
We learn it as kids, and it organises everything from school registers to dictionaries, library shelves and the spice selection at the supermarket. Have you ever stopped to wonder where alphabetical order came from?
Resources | Vocabulary Lesson Plan - 3P Learning
Editable vocabulary lesson plan Organise your vocabulary instruction with this lesson plan for primary teachers. This
Woodlands Literacy Zone - Interactive English Games
A Variety of fun English Games and Activities to help improve English Skills in easy to read format and navigation from Woodlands Junior School
Making Word Families: Developing Letter-Sound Associations
Students make words from the same family using magnet letters on silver trays. Go to http://www.LitDiet.org for hundreds of free lesson plans and for virtual...