Are you looking for NO PREP literacy activities? Then enjoy this word work journal which is comprised of a black and white version of FORTY-EIGHT FEBRUARY (AMERICA, PRESIDENTS' DAY, AMERICAN SYMBOLS, VALENTINE'S DAY, BLACK HISTORY MONTH, GROUNDHOG DAY, AND DENTAL HEALTH) themed WORD WORK ACTIVITIES. The possibilities are endless with this phonics resource. The activities can be used for morning work, literacy centers, independent work, mini lessons, and homework. The journal pages can be chosen by the teacher and assembled into a journal with the provided cover to provide student differentiation. ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS PRINT THE APPROPRIATE PAGES AND PROVIDE PENCILS, CRAYONS, CLIPS, AND DICE.
Children will practice the following skills while working in this fun and engaging journal:
writing their name
identifying uppercase letters
identifying lowercase letters
matching uppercase and lowercase letters
understanding concept of letter
understanding concept of word
identifying beginning sounds
matching beginning sounds
identifying beginning digraphs
identifying ending sounds
reading CVC words
writing CVC words
identifying word families
reading color words
writing color words
reading and writing simple words with picture support
reading simple sentences with picture support
matching sentences to pictures
reading sight words (was, came, had, have, here, will)
writing sight words (was, came, had, have, here, will)
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