With the shift towards RTI (Response to Intervention) it is more important than ever that we as educators provide targeted instruction for our at-risk students. But, who has the time to print endless center materials, laminate them, cut them out, and differentiate all of these for all of your students??? Even though I have the best intentions of doing this, I certainly know that I don't always have that kind of time.
That's why I created this Reading Intervention Binder. This 247 page PDF file is full of targeted intervention activities for your at-risk students. The skills in this packet are targeted for Kindergarten & 1st Grade students (1st Grade skills are focused on beginning of year). With this resource it is easier than ever to differentiate your interventions and truly allow every student to work on the skills that he/she needs to work on without spending hours prepping.
This packet can be used in so many ways! You can print the whole packet off, place it in sheet protectors in a binder, and allow students to work on the pages with a dry erase marker. No more making copy after copy! You can utilize these resources for intervention time. You can utilize these resources for centers. You can make copies of specific pages for students to complete as independent work or homework. The possibilities are endless! Stop spending your precious time prepping activity after activity!
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The activities in this binder are aligned with the skills tested on the NWEA MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) test. However, it will be useful to all teachers regardless of whether your school uses the MAP test or not.
Included in this packet are sections that focus on:
---Pictures with same beginning sounds, Pictures with same ending sounds, Pictures with same short/long vowel sounds, Blending phonemes, Blending onset and rime, Rhyming words (word families), Substituting Sounds, Syllables
*Concepts of Print
---Visual discrimination of letters, Parts of a book, Identifying letters, Alphabetic order, Word concepts, Environmental print
---Matching illustrations to a story (characters, setting, details), Main idea, Location information/details, Sequence of events, Literary Devices & techniques, Literary elements
---Consonant sounds, Initial consonant, Consonant blends & clusters, Consonant digraphs, Final consonant, Short vowels, R-controlled vowels, Vowel teams, Final E, Onset & Rime, Syllabication
*Vocabulary & Word Structure
---Identifying sight words, Picture vocabulary, Content vocabulary, Homophones, Synonyms, Antonyms, Prefixes & suffixes, Root or base words, Compound words, Contractions
---Editing & proofreading, Pre-writing & planning, Drafting, Revising, Fiction vs. non-fiction, Grammar, Parts of speech, Types of sentences, Punctuation/Spelling/Capitalization, Format of sentences & phrases
Key words: reading, Kindergarten, intervention, RTI, printables, phonemic awareness, writing, rhyming, letters, letter sounds, phonics, literacy, MAP test, NWEA