Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24

Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
Kindergarten READ:Review 21-24
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Ready, Eager, Able and Determined to READ!

This is week 25 of a 36 week curriculum that provides you with everything you need to teach children to read. Structured over a 4-day/week program, you’ll cover phonics, digraphs, blends, sight words, grammar and writing. Hands-on activities keep your students engaged and learning with little to no-prep required.

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R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

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Please Note this is for Single Classroom Use Only.

If you need to use this in multiple classrooms you'll need to purchase an additional license for each physical classroom. You do not need to repurchase each year.

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R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

Suggested Daily Schedule

This is review week 25, covering weeks 21-24.

Review Week Overview: Every fifth week has been scheduled as a review week. Students will cover word families and grammar concepts learned during the previous four weeks. During the review weeks, students will be introduced to four new beginning or ending blends, that they will pair up with their word families to make new words. Each review week also includes four controlled early readers to continue to build reading fluency.

Blend or Digraph Chart

Each week you’ll be introducing children to a new word family or blend. Start off the week with this colorful chart. Talk with children about the different words they can make with this special word family and try to think of other rhyming words together.

Blending to Read

This is a simple activity page for children to practice close listening to the beginning sound and identify the correct blend. Students should use the dots and arrows as finger placement guides as they blend each word together.

Find & Color 

Students find the words that have the beginning blend sound and color them.  Students then write two of the words they found.

Draw & Write (Mon & Wed)

Students follow the six step drawing guidelines to create their own fun characters.  Drawing builds small motor skills, increased confidence and provides writing opportunities for students to create stories for their creations.

Science Sequencing (Mon & Wed)

Students build 3-step sequences and learn to write or draw short responses in a First, Next, Last format.  Science topics include life cycles, plant growth, hibernation, states of matter and more.

Nonsense Words (Tues & Thurs)
Students build words by choosing a beginning letter and pairing it with their word family.  After saying the sounds out loud, students must decided it they created a real word or a nonsense word, and write it on the corresponding list.

Sort it Out (Tues & Thurs)  
Sorting is a great way to assess comprehension.  Students use the included game cards and mats to sort through their newly learned beginning blends. Encourage students to cut out each picture and sort them into the correct categories.  Remind them to check each word before they paste it down.

Bingo Games (Fri)  
Finish out your review week with a fun game of phonics bingo!  Each bingo board features images of the previously learned word families.  Students can take turns choosing and then reading the calling cards to find out which picture was called.

Early Readers

Each early reader focuses on the previous week's word families and sight words.

Students put their reading skills to the test with this story reader. The goal is for students to read this story three times on their own. If your student is struggling with this reader, take breaks and review or even try to finish it over the weekend.

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43 pages
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