Kindergarten reading groups often don’t involve any “reading” in the way parents typically think. But learning about letters and their features is crucial to being a successful reader.
Kindergarten students need to identify letters out of order, in both upper and lower case and in different fonts. A child’s ability to quickly name letters is an indicator of whether they will be a successful reader or one that struggles. Don’t race through this critical step!!!
This resource gives kids an opportunity to look closely at letters while using a fun interactive digital Google resource.
Identifying letters in different fonts ia a critical step to help increase reading fluency and building confident readers. Use this resource for extra practice in your RTI groups.
Your students will have so much fun with their digital device using this interactive literacy center and word work resource. It's never too early to embrace technology into your kindergarten or first grade classroom. The images give extra vocabulary practice for your ELL students. The product has 47 interactive slides. Perfect for students just beginning with Google. Homeschool families can use the slides in Google drive. Just think no more printing copies.
Aligned with the Common Core Reading Foundations. Take a photo of your kids using this resource for your NAEYC portfolio.
2.E.03 Children have opportunities to become familiar with print. They are actively involved in making sense of print. they have opportunities to become familiar with, recognize, and use print that is accessible throughout the classroom:
2.E.07 Children are given opportunities to recognize letters.
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This resource is included in my MEGA ELA Year Long Curriculum. The resource has 21 Google resources with over 650 slides. Save almost 30%
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Mega ELA Year Long Curriculum
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When you purchase this you will receive a link in a PDF file. Click the link to access the product. Disperse to your students via Google Classroom or a Google Drive Shared folder.
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