Included are the printables that can be used for centers or morning work to practice the skills taught in " A Bed for the Winter”, Unit 2, Week 5 . This is a great supplement to use with your Reading Street Curriculum. Hunting for printables that match the lesson is over. Everything is ready to download.
Your High-Frequency Words are made for your Word Wall, and teaching cards are included for your Amazing Words and High-Frequency Words., Common Core Standards are listed for the Language Arts. There is a homework packet included to send home. to parents.
5 pages of matching uppercase and lowercase letters
Color the iguana using uppercase I and lowercase i
Hunt for Ii on the igloo. Color the Ii. Write the Ii..
Put letters in ABC order - Help the girl that is ill get to the hospital.
Color the insects by recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters
Fill up the insect carrier by cutting and pasting the letter Ii.
Color the pigs that have pictures with /i/ as a middle sound.
Color the two pictures in each row that have /i/ for the middle sound.
Circle the letter for the beginning sound
Word Search for words
Rainbow write phonics words
Cut out pictures and glue beside the correct beginning sound
Write the beginning sound
Fill in the middle sound for /i/
Cut out and match rhyming words.
Draw lines to match rhyming words.
High-Frequency Word Center –
Use cards with the high-frequency words as flashcards/
Use play-doe to spell each word/ Use letter stamps to spell each word
Use markers to write the words
Find the word he in the puzzle and color it.
Find the word for in the puzzle and color it.
Color the ill girl by coloring HFW.
Color an insect by coloring HFW.
Read the word, write the word, color the word
Circle the word that matches the word in the box.
Writing Center –
Write the letter Ii
Write the letters p,t,c,s
Write the letters M, P, C,S.
Write words on lines.
Write a sentence. Draw a picture. Cut out and put the words in order
Read the sentences. Write the sentences, Draw a picture
Match the words that are opposite.
Draw a picture of the opposite.
Number the pictures first and last to show sequence
Posters for the Amazing Words
nest, meadow, stump, tree trunk, have, den
Posters and Word Wall Cards
Posters for your Reading Wall
Question of the Week
Sheet for parents to sign each night
Letters of the alphabet
Sentences to read