Self-Correcting, Independent and Differentiated Vowel Team Production and Reading Practice Cards!
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I Can Do It Myself is a self-correcting, independent card station that allows your students to work independently, practice basic skills and check their work without teacher direction or intervention. This unique design is PERFECT for practicing vowel team production and reading. You can print it in color or black and white.
This packet is differentiated to meet the readiness levels of your students so you never have to worry about it being too difficult or too easy. You can be confident that you can challenge your students at their level of readiness. This is accomplished by offering three different versions of vowel team playing cards cards and two different playing mats. You chose the combination that best fits your students’ readiness level.
This packet also includes some bonus printable response sheets that will allow you to check for understanding.
Included in this packet
Two differentiated work mats. (color)
Two differentiated work mats (black/white)
(3) I Can posters to accompany activities (color)
(3) I Can posters to accompany activities (black/white)
32 long ‘e’ playing cards with letter clues for the word (color)
32 long ‘e’ playing cards with letter clues for the word (black/white)
32 long ‘e’ playing cards without letter clues (color)
32 long ‘e’ playing cards without letter clues (black/white)
32 long ‘e’ reading cards with picture check (color)
32 long ‘e’ reading cards with picture check (black/white)
2- I Can Sort Long ‘e’ Vowel Teams By Myself-Say, Sort, Cut and Paste Response Sheet (black/white)
2-I Can Hear Long ‘e’ Vowel Teams By Myself –Say and Mark Long ‘e’ Practice Sheets
It also is aligned to CCSS:
RF.1.3.c. Know final –e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds.
RF.1.2.d. Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds.
If you are interested in other self-correcting activities like the one here, you can find them by clicking the link below:
Self-Correcting Activities From A Differentiated Kindergarten