What is KinderWordFamilies® Curriculum?
KinderWordFamilies® was created by a teacher for teachers! This supplemental phonics curriculum is made up of 20 weeks or 100 instructional days. KinderWordFamilies® is a researched based explicit supplemental curriculum program. The teacher has 100 directed teacher lesson plans to follow and all needed material for the lesson to be a success is included. Furthermore, KinderWordFamilies® is systematic curriculum program. This simply means that the students follow the same routine each week.
**WATCH A VIDEO EXPLAINING THE PROGRAM IN DETAIL HERE! **
Please note that you can change the order of the word families to fit your needs. There are also opportunities for your advanced readers to benefit from KinderWordFamilies™ with an advanced reader available each week as well. Below is a quick description of how each day of the week is broken down.
How can I use this program?
Teachers see the benefits of teacher explicit word families and can be used as part of your guided reading lesson, RTI lesson, intervention lesson, whole-group phonics, or used for a para or aide to assist in the learning process!
What does a week of KinderWordFamilies™ look like?
Monday: introduce the word family, display the word family poster, read together the word family poem, search for skill-based words within the poem, sort the word family cards, independent practice
Tuesday: review the word family, reread the word family poem, resort the word family cards, build word family words with magnets, independent practice
Wednesday: review the word family, auditory word family work, word family interactive reader, build word family words with magnets, independent practice
Thursday: review the word family, auditory word family work, word family flashcards, word family interactive reader, word family generator, build word family words with magnets, independent practice
Friday: review the word family with the interactive game, word family flashcards, skill assessment, student easy reader
What is included in KinderWordFamilies™?
-20 weeks of EXPLICIT teacher scripted lesson plans (5 days of lesson plans per week)
-20 printable easy readers and 20 advanced readers (black/white and color versions)
-20 INTERACTIVE easy readers and 20 advanced readers
-26 INTERACTIVE games
-Daily practice sheets
-Weekly word family poster
-Weekly word family flashcards
-Weekly word family word sorts
What word families are included?
Week 1 -- -at: cat, mat, hat, fat, rat, bat
Week 2---an: can, man, fan, ran, van, pan
Week 3-- ag: rag, wag, bag, flag, sag, tag
Week 4--ap: cap, map, nap, gap, tap, sap
Week 5--ad: bad, sad, pad, mad, lad, dad
Week 6-- ig: dig, fig, wig, pig, big, rig
Week 7--in: tin, fin, win, bin, pin, kin
Week 8--ip: dip, lip, hip, sip zip, rip
Week 9--it: kit, sit, pit, bit,hit, fit
Week 10--ob: cob, sob, bob,job,rob,mob
Week 11-- og: log, frog, dog, fog, hog, jog
Week 12--op: top, cop, mop, pop, hop, shop
Week 13--ot: hot, dot, cot, pot, tot, rot
Week 14--ed: bed, red, wed, led, fed, sled
Week 15--en: hen, den, pen, wren, ten, men
Week 16--et: jet, vet, pet, get, wet, net
Week 17-- ub: cub, sub, tub, rub,grub,stub
Week 18--ug: rug, hug, tug, jug, bug, mug
Week 19--un: bun, run, nun, spun, fun, sun
Week 20--ut: hut, cut, shut, rut, gut, nut
I already own several of your other programs. How is this different? Do I really need this?
That last question is ultimately your decision. However, I can do my part in best explaining how this program can be used and how it differs from my other programs! This program explicitly teaches word families! None of my other programs do this as they progress through the vowels at a much faster pace! Furthermore, this program offers great benefits and excitement with the interactive components! Those can be used alongside any curriculum program!
Have additional questions?
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