Teaching your students how to read is tough! Teaching them how to read while they are virtually learning is even tougher! That's where Digital Guided Reading all-in-one lessons come in!
These digital guided reading lessons are available as both Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™ options!
They are a great way to help your students practice reading with guided support. This deck focuses on one specific phonics skill (-at family words) and incorporates common sight words.
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This deck includes one guided reading lesson! Your students can practice word work, sight words, reading, and comprehension all focused around the -at word family!
With these Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™, your students will practice reading the word family words and sight words in isolation as well as in a story.
You will receive a PDF document WITH A LINK to redeem the Boom Cards freebie and/or add the Google Slides to your drive.
- Word family words included: cat, sat, hat, mat
- Sight words included: I, see, the, look
HOW TO USE:
- Slide 1: introduction to the word family
- Slide 2-3: word family and sight word reading practice
- Slide 4-7: build each word family word, focusing on onset & rime
- Slide 8: read and match
- Slide 9-13: read the story, one sentence at a time
- Slide 14: read the story 3 times for fluency
- Slide 15-16: reading comprehension (recall or retell the story)
Audio on Boom Cards:
Directions play automatically on every slide. Audio is also designed to support reading fluency. The readers can tap on the black dot on any page to hear the word read aloud. Boom Cards also has the option to MUTE all sounds if your students need to practice reading without the audio support. Easily differentiate for all learners!
Audio on Google Slides:
Some districts block audio files on Google Slides. Because of this, there may be issues with audio playing correctly on Google Slides that are beyond our control. You can download this -at family freebie to try it out and see if the audio works for you! If it doesn't, and you would like your students to work independently with the audio support, I highly recommend using the Boom Cards option (if your school allows). It’s easy to link to the Boom Cards in Google Classroom for your students to use. Directions for linking to Boom Cards are included in the download.
These stories can also be used in presentation mode for your students to work on reading in a whole group!
Using Boom Cards?
Boom Cards are highly engaging, self-correcting, and FUN! They also provide audio support to encourage independence and success.
Whether you're teaching your students virtually or in the classroom, you and your students will love these digital task cards!
You can assign Boom Cards as practice play for your students to work on reading fluency, or with a Boom Learning membership (fee applies), you can track your students progress and get important data.
To use Boom Cards, you must be connected to the Internet.
Boom Cards play on modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge). Apps are available for Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires.
For security and privacy, adults must have a Boom Learning account to use and assign Boom Cards. You will be able to assign the Boom Cards you are buying with "Fast Pins," (play provides instant feedback for self-grading Boom Cards). Fast Play is always a free way for students to engage with Boom Cards decks.
For additional assignment options, you'll need a premium account. If you are new to Boom Learning, you will be offered a free trial of our premium account. Read here for details:http://bit.ly/BoomTrial.
New to Boom Learning? Check out this video that explains all about using Boom Cards™.
Boom Cards™ can also be linked directly to your SeeSaw classroom! Check out this video that explains how to use Boom Cards™ with SeeSaw.