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Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten

Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
Mini Lessons - Reading - Kindergarten
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Mini Lessons – Reading – Kindergarten is a series of mini lessons introducing Kindergarten reading skills for literature, informational text, and early reading skills that kindergarten students need to be successful in learning to read, write, and spell.

These mini lessons are also sold individually under each title as listed in the Table of Contents.

These mini lessons also appear in this Kindergarten product:
Mini Lessons – Reading - Introduce/Practice/Assess – Kindergarten

Be careful not to duplicate your purchases.

Each mini lesson is designed to introduce a specific reading skill. This product includes 38 reading skills at the Kindergarten level. Some of the skills have been broken down into several mini lessons due to the content of the skill. There are a total of 50 mini lessons for Kindergarten.

All of the mini lessons follow a similar format. There is a title, a listing of the reading skill covered in the mini lesson, a list of needed materials, Instruction, Practice, and Wrap-Up. The materials consist of one or more Instruction Transparencies and one or more Student Practice sheets. Every so often a mini lesson will list additional materials needed for the lesson. These are materials already commonly found in a classroom such as six sided dice, an erasable transparency marker, and plastic or paper counters. The pages labeled as Instruction Transparencies will need to be run off onto an overhead transparency sheet. The pages labeled as Student Practice will need to be run off so each student has a copy. Also included in the mini lesson is a table of contents, an acknowledgements section, and a matrix showing which mini lessons apply to each reading skill.

Each mini lesson is designed to introduce a specific reading skill. Once the mini lesson has been conducted, you may visit it again as a review or as a reteach for those students struggling with the specific skill.

The mini lesson teacher plans include all that is needed for each lesson. You need only make the number of copies needed and gather any materials as specified in the lesson plans. The type that is in bold italics (Tell the students) in each lesson plan is to be spoken aloud by the teacher to the students. Words in regular type (like this) are instructions for the teacher to follow in the lesson. Answers to any instruction and practice exercises are included within each mini lesson.

Table of Contents
Mini Lessons – Reading - Kindergarten

Skill Area Mini Lesson # Title
Print Concepts 1 Words That We Say Can Be Shown in Print
Print Concepts 2 Recognize Upper-and-Lower-Case Letters
Print Concepts 3 Match Spoken Words With Print
Print Concepts 4 Which Are Letters and Which Are Words
Print Concepts 5 Identify Sentences and Words
Print Concepts 6 Concepts About Print
Print Concepts 7 Recognize the Different Parts of a Book
Phonological Awareness 8 Recognize That a Sentence Is
Made Up of a Group of Words
Phonological Awareness 9 Recognize Syllables Orally
Phonological Awareness 10 Make rhymes to Spoken Words
Phonological Awareness 11 Recognize Rhyming Words and
Non-Rhyming Words
Phonological Awareness 12 Recognize Words That Start with
the Same Sound
Phonological Awareness 13 Blend Beginning Sounds and
Rimes to Make Words
Phonological Awareness 14 Blend Phonemes to Make
One-Syllable Words
Phonological Awareness 15 Identify the Beginning Sound in
One-Syllable Words
Phonological Awareness 16 Divide One-Syllable Words into
Separate Sounds
Phonics 17a Recognize the Sounds of Letters - Consonants
Phonics 17b Recognize the Sounds of Letters - Vowels
Phonics 18a Decode Words: Vowel-Consonant (VC),
Consonant-Vowel (CV), Consonant-Vowel-
Consonant (CVC)
Phonics 18b Decode Words: Consonant-Consonant-Vowel-
Consonant (CCVC)

Skill Area Mini Lesson # Title
Phonics 18c Decode Words: Consonant-Vowel-Consonant-
Consonant (CVCC)
Phonics 18d Decode Words in Context: VC, CV, CVC, CCVC,
CVCC
Phonics 19a Make New Words by Substituting, Adding, or
Taking Away Letters
Phonics 20 Read High-Frequency Sight Words
Reading Strategies 21 Make Predictions
Reading Strategies 22 Ask Questions About Text Read Aloud
Vocabulary 23a Recognize Words That Name Actions
Vocabulary 23b Identify and Use Words That Name
Directions, Positions, and Locations
Vocabulary 23c Identify and Use Words That Name
Sequences
Vocabulary 24 Recognize Compound Words Are Made of
Two Smaller Words
Vocabulary 25a Arrange Pictures of Objects into Categories
- Colors
Vocabulary 25b,c Arrange Pictures of Objects into
Categories - Shapes
Vocabulary 25d Arrange Pictures of Objects into Categories
– Living / Nonliving
Vocabulary 25e Arrange Pictures of Objects into Categories
- Size
Vocabulary 26 Use a Picture Dictionary to Find Words
Comprehension
Literature 27 Name the Characters, Setting, and Main Events
in a Story
Comprehension
Literature 28a Identify Themes of Folktales
Comprehension
Literature 28b Identify Themes of Fables
Comprehension
Literature 29 Identify Words That Highlight the Senses
Poetry 31a Recognize Rhythm and Rhyme in Poetry
Poetry 31b Recognize Rhythm in Poetry
Poetry 31c Recognize Rhyme in Poetry
Comprehension
Literature 32 Retell Events From a Story Read Aloud
Comprehension
Literature 33 Tell About Characters in a Story and What They
Do
Comprehension
Expository 34 Tell the Topic of an Informational Text Read Aloud
Comprehension
Expository 35 Tell the Topic and Details of an Informational Text
Read Aloud
Comprehension
Expository 36 Tell Facts Found in an Informational Text Heard or
Read Aloud
Comprehension
Expository 37 Recognize How Authors Arrange Information in
Texts
Comprehension
Expository 38 Make Predictions About Text Using Titles and
Pictures
Comprehension
Literature / Expository 46 Make Inferences Based on the
Cover, Title, Pictures, and Plot
of a Book
Total Pages
245 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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