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Kindergarten Reading Intervention Bundle {Sight Words, Fluency & Comprehension}

Courtney Keimer
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    Description

    This bundle contains 4 products designed for targeted kindergarten reading intervention

    1) Fluency & Comprehension Reading Intervention for All Seasons: Kindergarten Level

    2) Farm Fluency Passages with Comprehension Activities {Kindergarten}

    3) Dolch Pre-Primer Sight Words Intervention Pack

    4) Dolch Primer Sight Words Intervention Pack

    1) Fluency & Comprehension Reading Intervention for All Seasons: Kindergarten Level

    Flesch Kincaid Readability Grade Level is 0.0 for all passages in this packet.

    This bundle contains 35 original fluency passages I wrote and 3 comprehension extension activities to accompany each one. The fluency passages are jam packed with sight words and also contain Kindergarten word families. All the fluency passages rhyme as well. Using one fluency passage per week, this would provide interventions for the whole school year. For each passage there is a color copy that you can print in color and reuse for students to read. There is also a teacher black and white copy that you can print off for each student and record their scores on it. It has sections to record fluency scores, rhyming identification and other notes. The comprehension questions and activities allow students to spend time on each selection and participate in close reading strategies to build reading skills. It draws upon Bloom’s Taxonomy to encourage higher levels of thinking skills.

    This packet is different from the other fluency packets in several ways:

    1) All the passages are on a 0.0 grade level using the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Calculator. They are not in chronological order, as with the other packets. Anything higher didn't seem appropriate for kindergarten and first grade emergent readers. The passages do increase in the number of words throughout the packet, ranging from 29-77.

    2) There are 3 correlating activities for each passage, but they follow a different format than the other packets. There is a low level page of comprehension questions, a sight word find coloring page to practice sight word identification, and a page with a higher-level thinking writing activity for day 3. The low level comprehension questions and the sight word find can be used either on day one or day two, depending on your students' needs and your preference.

    3) I've included the fluency file labels and progress monitoring graph for you to use if appropriate for your group of students. There is not a table of creation activity ideas, as the higher-level writing activity page is included for each passage for day 3. ***Please understand that because of the nature of kindergarten and their varying reading levels, you may need to tweak and be flexible with your utilization of these materials. You can email me at ckeimer@hotmail.com if you have questions!

    The sight words reinforced in this packet are primarily from the Dolch Pre-Primer and Primer Word Lists.

    *How to Use*

    These fluency passages, comprehension questions and extension activities were designed to use as a reading intervention using the hot, warm and cold read strategy. For each week and fluency passage, it would look something like this:

    Day 1: Cold read, discussion, comprehension questions (Lower levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Remembering and Understanding)

    Day 2: Warm read, discussion, comprehension questions or activity (Middle levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Applying and Analyzing)

    Day 3: Hot read, discussion, extension activity (Highest levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Evaluating and Creating).

    It is always my goal to design the intervention to follow this format, but it is easier with some text and activities than others.

    These materials could be used in other ways as well including as whole group fluency instruction or as homework. The materials in this packet are aligned to several Kindergarten Common Core Language Arts standards.

    I also try to make the fluency passages a little more fun than other ones I’ve used. I included my fluency progress monitoring graph to track students’ fluency progress with this packet. I also included labels for file folders to create “fluency files” for each student.

    I wanted to make this a great value for you. One fluency passage and comprehension questions is $2.00 in my store and in this bundle each passage and accompanying activities are less than $0.50 each.

    If you like this, please rate me or follow me. Ask any questions before purchase please. You can e-mail me at ckeimer@hotmail.com or use the questions link here on TpT. I am so happy to share this with you!

    Key Words: fluency, comprehension, close reading, intervention, homework, reading passages, RTI, special education, high interest, year long, all seasons, Bloom’s Taxonomy, inferential, inference, project-based learning, differentiated, leveled, engaging, data collection, growth mindset

    2) Farm Reading Intervention Set of 6 Fluency Passages with Comprehension Activities {Kindergarten Level}

    This products comes with 6 original fluency passages I wrote, 2 comprehension worksheets and a color by sight word activity worksheet to accompany each passage. The passages are informational text about the following farm animals; chickens, cows, goats, sheep, pigs, and horses. Each passage comes with a teacher copy that you can print in color and reuse. It also includes a black and white copy that you can print off for each student and record his or her scores on it.

    Flesch Kincaid Readability Grade Level: 0.0

    *How to Use*

    This was designed to use as a reading intervention using the hot, warm and cold read strategy. It would look something like this:

    Day 1: Cold read, discussion, first page of comprehension questions (Lower levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Remembering and Understanding)

    Day 2: Warm read, discussion, second page of comprehension questions (Middle levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Applying and Analyzing)

    Day 3: Hot read, discussion, extension activity (Highest levels of Blooms Taxonomy including Evaluating and Creating). Students can do the writing extension activity and/or the color by sight word page.

    Using one passage for each week, this product would provide reading intervention for 6 weeks.

    You can use my fluency progress monitoring graph available for free in my store to track students’ fluency progress with this passage.

    3 & 4) Dolch Pre-Primer & Primer Sight Words Intervention Packs

    I made flashcards to help students learn their sight words using the visuals cues. I do a multiple intelligences assessment on each of my students and so many of my students are visual learners, I wanted to give them a strategy that worked for them! Also, in a reading course I took while working towards my special education licensure, I read that when visuals are embedded in the materials, students are more likely to make the connection, so that is what I tried to do. I made the graphics and the font. For some of the sight words it was easy to come up with a visual to accompany the text. Some of the sight words are abstract and were a little more difficult, so I came up with auditory cues to help students understand all the visuals and put everything together for them. The idea is to use these flashcards until students are able to identify the all the words immediately, and then gently wean them off the visuals.

    These packets contains sight word flashcards with visuals for the pre-primer and primer lists, auditory cues to accompany the flashcards, flashcards without visuals, flashcard templates that students can use to create their own visuals or tactile flashcards (using glitter, screens and crayons, etc.) checklists for progress monitoring and a graph for progress monitoring. Additionally, there are activity practice pages for each sight word. On the practice pages, there is a word search and some writing practice. I created them with visual learners in mind as well. These materials have really worked to help a lot of my students. I hope it helps yours!

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    ***Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packets and Bundles:

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Kindergarten

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Grade 1

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Grade 2

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Grade 3

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Grade 4

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Packet Grade 5

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades K & 1

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 1 & 2

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 2 & 3

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 3 & 4

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 4 & 5

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades K, 1 & 2

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 1, 2 & 3

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 2, 3 & 4

    Fluency & Comprehension Intervention Bundle for Grades 3, 4 & 5

    Total Pages
    353 pages
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.
    Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).
    With prompting and support, identify basic similarities in and differences between two texts on the same topic (e.g., in illustrations, descriptions, or procedures).
    With prompting and support, identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text.
    With prompting and support, describe the relationship between illustrations and the text in which they appear (e.g., what person, place, thing, or idea in the text an illustration depicts).

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