Decodable Passages BUNDLE - Decodable Readers - aligned with Science of Reading

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    These decodable passages with comprehension questions are the perfect resource for beginning readers.  Each passage is a phonics-based controlled text that contains target phonics skill words, previously taught phonics skill words, and irregular high-frequency words. The science of reading shows us that the connection between what our students learn in phonics and what they read is imperative for building a strong foundation in early reading.

    If you already own my decodable books resource, these decodable passages with comprehension questions are the perfect addition to your collection! These passages follow the same scope and sequence as my decodable books resource, but the stories are not the same.

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    This resource contains 60 decodable passages that align with a research-based systematic phonics scope and sequence.  Skills include short vowel CVC, blends, digraphs, CVCe, vowel teams, r-controlled vowels and diphthongs. Explicit lesson plans for each passage are provided for the teacher with activities for before, during and after reading to strengthen phonics skills. Differentiate for student needs by using the two versions of student printables and audio recording for each passage. Using these passages and lesson plans, students will reread the decodable text to build fluency, discuss the text to build comprehension skills and write about the passage to apply and transfer their phonics skills to their writing.


    Included in this resource:

    • Research-based, detailed classroom use suggestions for the teacher
    • Explicit lesson plans for each passage
    • Student printables for each passage– two differentiated versions
    • Audio recording of each passage
    • Blending lines student printables for each passage & instructional video for the teacher

    Phonics skills included:

    • short a 
    • short i
    • short o
    • short u
    • short e
    • l blends
    • s blends
    • r blends
    • final blends
    • 3 letter blends
    • digraph ch & tch
    • digraph sh
    • digraph th
    • digraph wh
    • digraph _ng
    • CVCe a_e
    • CVCe i_e
    • CVCe o_e
    • CVCe u_e
    • CVCe e_e
    • open syllables - one syllable words (ex. hi, so)
    • long vowel a (ai, ay)
    • long vowel e (ee, ea)
    • long vowel o (oa, ow)
    • long vowel i ( _y, igh)
    • long vowel u (u, ew, ue)
    • r-controlled ar
    • r-controlled er, ir, ur
    • r-controlled or, ore
    • variant vowel short oo
    • variant vowel long u (oo)
    • diphthong ow, ou
    • diphthong oi, oy
    • complex vowel /aw/: aw, all
    • long i and o (ie, oe)
    • long e (y, ey, ie, ei)

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
    Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
    Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
    Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
    Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.


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