This is an absolutely awesome packet that uses the Dolch Third Grade word list in order of highest frequency in order to help students to improve their ability to read. This packet can be used in class as daily work or can be sent home for homework as a weekly packet. It can also be sent home for work over the summer.
Writing and Vocabulary Word Wall - This word wall is a great resource for any young writer. Motivate your students to use more specific and engaging vocabulary in their writing. This product includes 8 synonym/word wall cards for the following words:Adjectives: ugly pretty interesting annoying good nice happyVerbs: said walked ranTransition words: Also Although For example First In conclusionadverbs: How did he move?
Finally, reading intervention MADE EASY! Phoneme Segmentation is an essential early literacy skill and one of our first focuses in our kindergarten classroom. This unit is focused on phoneme segmentation. Any of my students that have not mastered this skill are in my “low” group and I meet with them daily with these materials. They are hands on, engaging, consistent, and fun!
Students will get a kick out of these Bee Themed Word Problem Task Cards as they practice using multiplication and division problem solving strategies. The word problems have simple sentences and uses simple multiplication and division facts. These task cards are great for beginners.
Rainbow Words are a fun and engaging way to practice SIGHT WORDS in the classroom and at home. Students work their way through each level (25 words per color of the rainbow). *UPDATED**This file now includes editable pages to add your own words. Using these color coded cards students can differentiate their own word work time by using their own cards with easy to prep word work activities. I have included: Rainbow Write ABC Order Word Sort Pyramid Words Plus 4 Little to No Prep opti
Do your students struggle remembering the difference between a caption and a bold word? The table of contents verse the index? This reader's theater helps students review these important features as well as their purpose in text. The features focused on are: table of contents, index, glossary, captions, bold words, and graphs/charts. It's written for 6 parts, but could easily be adapted for more by having two students read one part.