This article gives several fun and effective strategies for teaching sight words to children, with explicit directions for implementing each one. What Are Sight Words? Sight words are commonly used words in literature that young children are encouraged to remember and recognize just by looking at them, without sounding them out
This article discusses how to use chunking, monitoring, and listening strategies help improve reading comprehension. Chunking means to to break up text that may be too long or difficult for a child, into manageable sections or "chunks." Chunking helps students organize information, making it easier for them to pull informa
Reading intervention Activities. Everything is ready for your class. Just print and go! These reading activities are perfect for:Fluency practice, Guided Reading, RTI, Parent volunteers, Morning work, & Homework. Little readers will practice reading: Letter sounds, Digraphs, Blends, Vowel teams, Diphthongs , R-controlled vowels, CVC words, Words with blends digraphs and vowel teams, Sight words, & Short phrases/sentences.