Diverse Fall Thanksgiving Harvest Emergent Readers to Write and Read!

Primarily Learning
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Practice 9 high-frequency words with these diverse Thanksgiving Harvest Writing & Reading Emergent Readers created with Open Dyslexic Font. Talk about fall harvest time. Choose to cut and paste, write, draw, and/or color various fruits and vegetables. Every child will be successful!

✨ I Can Read and Write: Thanksgiving Harvest (Open Dyslexic Font)

Click here to check out I Can Read and Write: Thanksgiving Harvest (SASSOON Font)

Note: I provide Sassoon Font as an option because it is used in many European countries. It is a pre-cursive font.

⚡ 18 pages

Kindergarten, Grade One

✨ Fall Harvest Fun! Use Thanksgiving time to be thankful for a fall harvest! Name and identify fruits and vegetables. Create your own emergent reader! Color, cut and paste, draw, print... or use a combination of these activites. The open dyslexic font may help a reader in your room!

Included:

  • 3 Emergent Reader formats - colored cover with open-ended text / black & white cover with open-ended text / blank cover with lines on each page (you add the graphics and the text)
  • 2 Vocabulary Cards - 10 words with graphics / black and white and color formats
  • Decodeable Words used in these readers: a, and, big
  • Tricky Words used in these readers : I, the, is, like, little, here
  • 2 High-Frequency Word Lists (101 words) - one set provides decodeable text
  • Cut and Paste Activity: Create your own Thanksgiving Corucopia!

Get this Fall Thanksgiving Harvest ready to print booklet!

Explore:

· Phonics

· Sight Words

· Illustrating

· Writing

· New vocabulary

Check the ways this resource will be helpful and fun!

· Literacy Center Activity

· Library Corner

· Learn and review high-frequency words. (I, don’t, want, to be, a)

· Homework Activity

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Laurie Fyke @ Primarily Learning

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Please Note: These products were created as supplemental resources to complement teaching synthetic phonics programs like Jolly Phonics. These products were independently created and are not officially endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with Jolly Learning Ltd.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

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