When do we use -tch or -ch at the end of a word? Why do we sometimes add -er or -est to the ends of words? What sound does -igh make? Emerging readers and writers will really benefit from learning the answers to these questions and more!
Literacy Laws are rules to guide young students when learning to read, write, and spell. The activities in this packet are aligned to the Common Core Standards and differentiated for student abilities.
This bundle includes the fifth group of 4 Literacy Law packets from the 24 that I have developed. They are:
17. Comparative & Superlative Endings -er/-est
18. Tag-Along T: -ch vs. -tch
19. Delightful -igh
20. Silent Friends: k, w, b
Each Literacy Law in this set contains:
1. A description of the phonics rule with examples and teaching tips
2. An introduction activity
3. A poster/anchor chart to help students remember the rule when reading and writing
4. An original song for fun and reinforcement
5. A full-color book to introduce and/or practice the rule
6. A black line master for small individual student books
7. A game for partners, small groups, or large group
8. At least one worksheet to check for understanding
9. A Read & Draw activity for comprehension
10. A fun enrichment activity
The activities in this packet would be great for a literacy center!
Please be sure to check out the other Literacy Law packets and bundles in my store. Enjoy! Sheila