Phonemic Awareness Rhyme Cat
Perfect for the following lessons or units:
-The Cat in the Hat
-Dr. Seuss author study
Reading passages to strengthen your students' fluency skills, rhyming words, mini book, and other literacy activities are a great addition to your March plans. This packet includes both low prep printables that can be used for seatwork or homework and literacy centers, plus reading passages for your small group lessons.
Pg. 2 FLUENCY CENTER: Sign or Cover (if you use it as a folder game)
Pg. 3-5 Teacher information, tips
Pg. 6 Students center directions (so they won't interrupt your small group instruction)
Pg. 7, 8 Word card page (students stack cards on this page) colorful and black and white version are included
Pg. 9-11 Writing extension - 3 to choose from so you can differentiate
Pg. 12-23 24 Word/phrase cards - colorful and black and white version included
Pg. 24-36 Fun with the Cat - mini book: use it with your reading group and then send it home for homework
Pg. 37-43 ABC Order: 12 colorful word cards, 2 recording sheets so you can differentiate, plus answer key
Pg. 44-50 Reading passages: 5 passages (passages include Dolch words from Pre-primer - 2nd grade), parent note
Pg. 51 Beginning, Middle, End: interactive journal printable
Pg. 52 Cat Facts: interactive journal printable
Pg. 53-62 Rhyme Climb: 9 extension cards so you can differentiate plus 3 printables and answer key
*****PLEASE NOTE: There are differences in ability levels of students in classes and schools. Please download the preview to see if these activities are at the appropriate level for your students. *********
Have you checked out my r-controlled vowel packets?
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