Guided Reading Word Work BUNDLE for Kids Reading on Levels D-I

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BUNDLE Word Work Levels D-I
This product contains all the word work for students reading on Fountas & Pinell levels D-I, perfect for advancing Kindergartners or first graders. However, everyone has a range of learners no matter the grade! Therefore, this product would benefit newcomers to English (ELLs) at any grade.
The following is included in this product at each level:
Level D
Picture Sorts-Focuses on sorting pictures by initial digraph-You can do this as many times as you want using a t-chart (not included)
Making Words-Seven lessons where students make words by changing the initial, medial and final letters and digraphs are included too.
Sound Boxes with pictures-Five lessons where digraphs are the focus and the sound boxes come in color and black and white
Level E
Picture Sorts-Initial blends is the focus and 63 color and black lined pictures are included
Making Words-There are 11 making words lessons that students make words that focus on an initial blend.
Sound Boxes with pictures-Dictate a list of words that contain initial blends. Six lessons included.
Level F
The focus of this lesson is final blends and an introduction to contractions and you have a choice of which activity to do each day from the following:
Sound Boxes with pictures-Six lessons both in color and black and white
Sound Sorts-pictures and mats-Four lessons with pictures in both color and black and white
Making Words-10 Lessons
Contractions-I have included many contractions and formed the lessons similar to a making words lesson. You can use as many or as few as you would like.
Level G
The focus of the word work on this level is on hearing and recording initial and final blends in one-syllable words, review of digraphs, applying the silent e rule with guidance and using analogies to problem-solve during writing with prompts like, “If you know the word like you can spell hike. It’s important that the kids are able to write and recognize these types of words as those are the ones they will most likely encounter in text level G.
Making Words Lessons-There are six making words lessons. The lessons are formatted on 3x5 size cards and can be printed and stored in a file box or hole punched and kept on a binder ring. Also, included in this product are letters for the lessons. There are two sheets of consonant letters (upper and lower case together) which I would copy on colored cardstock or copy paper, laminate and cut. When printing make sure to set your options to print of both sides on the LONG EDGE. This way you will have the uppercase letters matched with the lowercase on the back. There is also a page of uppercase and lowercase vowels and digraphs. I would copy both the vowels and digraphs on separate colors as well. This set of letters would be for one student. I would make six sets and then store them in file boxes with alphabetical dividers and adding in dividers for digraphs. By doing this you will have all the letters you need for the lessons here or any other Making Words lessons. Personally, I made a set for every child in my class as I would do Making Words with not only small group by whole group as well.

Sound Boxes-There are seven lessons for concentrating on initial/final blends with a review of digraphs. These sound box lessons are accompanied with a visual that benefits every learner, especially ELLs. I have created two sets; color and in black and white. The color set can be laminated in but into a binder and placed at a literacy center or used as a model with your group. The black-lined copies are for the kids to listen and write a letter for each sound. Sound Boxes also included silent e word work.

Lastly, there are analogy charts included in this product. Students use analogy charts to sort words by their short and long vowel sounds.
There are three levels in this product:
• Level 1 is the easiest because the rime is constant
• Level 2 is a little more difficult because the rime changes but the vowel sound is constant
• Level 3 is most challenging because the rime and the vowel sound change. Students sort words by their long and short vowel sound
Within each level, there are three activities. You can reproduce the t-charts and dictate the corresponding words and then the students write the word under the correct header OR you can give each student the word cards and they can read and sort the words and glue them under the correct header. Another option would be to dictate the words, have the students write them and then give the word cards to them to glue down as independent work.
A last option could be to laminate the charts and charts and keep them at a literacy center.
This activity incorporates the silent e which is prevalent in this level as well as a review of initial blends and digraphs.
Level H/I
At these level students use analogies to problem-solve during reading with teacher’s support. Students also learn to use known vowel patters during reading and writing with support as well as adding simple endings (-s, -ed, -ing, -er) and to phonetically segment words with double and triple blends in the initial and final place in a word. I have included sound boxes with pictures, which is great for all kids but especially ELLS, who can tie meaning to the word by using the pictures. There are six sound box lessons that come in both color and black lined. I have included Making Words activities that include eight lessons. The lessons are formatted on 3x5 size cards and can be printed and stored in a file box or hole punched and kept on a binder ring. Also, included in this product are letters for the lessons. There are two sheets of consonant letters (upper and lower case together) which I would copy on colored cardstock or copy paper, laminate and cut. When printing make sure to set your options to print of both sides on the LONG EDGE. This way you will have the uppercase letters matched with the lowercase on the back. There is also a page of uppercase and lowercase vowels and digraphs. I would copy both the vowels and digraphs on separate colors as well. Lastly, I have included word endings (-es, ed, ing) that are colored and are on one tile to show they are endings. One more component to this set of letters is I focused on vowel patterns and so the following are included and are in color to stand out: -ay, -all, -ar, -or, -ee, -oo, -er, -ir, -ur, and ow. If you have ever used Touch Phonics, I borrowed the idea from that intervention. The letters are together because they make one unique sound and visually it is easy for kids to see that. They are in lowercase only but I made two sets so that if you want you can copy them back to back.
This set of letters would be for one student. I would make six sets and then store them in file boxes with alphabetical dividers and adding in dividers for digraphs. By doing this you will have all the letters you need for the lessons here or any other Making Words lessons. Personally, I made a set for every child in my class as I would do Making Words with not only small group by whole group as well.
Lastly, there are analogy charts included in this product. Students use analogy charts to sort words by their vowel patterns, including ar, ay, ee, ea, ow, ay, oo, and more.
There are three levels in this product:
• Level 1 is the easiest because the kids are changing the onset by using different blends
• Level 2 is a little more difficult because the words now have endings
• Level 3 is most challenging because the words are multisyllabic and the kids need to hear each part in an effort to spell them.
Within each level there are three activities. You can reproduce the t-charts and dictate the corresponding words and then the students write the word under the correct header OR you can give each student the word cards and they can read and sort the words and glue them under the correct header. Another option would be to dictate the words, have the students write them and then give the word cards to them to glue down as independent work.
A last option could be to laminate the charts and charts and keep them at a literacy center.
These word work activities are perfect for readers on levels H or I.!
All the levels contain color and black lined picture options. It is a very comprehensive bundle and will be sure to give you the bang for your buck! This activities are timeless and won’t go out of style. This word work is based on Dr. Jan Richardson’s best-selling book Next Steps in Guided Reading.
To get a better sense of what is included, please visit the product pages
Guided Reading Word Work Level D
Guided Reading Word Work Level E
Guided Reading Word Work Level F
Guided Reading Word Work Level G
Guided Reading Word Work Level H/I
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Guided Reading Word Work BUNDLE  for Kids Reading on Levels D-I
Guided Reading Word Work BUNDLE  for Kids Reading on Levels D-I
Guided Reading Word Work BUNDLE  for Kids Reading on Levels D-I
Guided Reading Word Work BUNDLE  for Kids Reading on Levels D-I