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- Do your students have trouble reading, or are they just beginning to read? Then you need to teach with a major focus on blending and segmenting. Segmenting fluency is the number one predictor of future reading success.Worksheets Include:✔ 9 No Prep Worksheets (Just print and teach)✔ Answer Sheets ($6.50$10.00Save $3.50
Do you have readers that are struggling? These NO prep worksheets to develop phonemic awareness skills. Pointing to Elkonin boxes helps focus students to the sounds of words. You can add the letters when your students are ready so phonics is added to the process Great for word work, centers, or instruction! I also use a page for assessment! They help students with memory issues because the picture is provided. Also begins to develop blending and silent e words.
✔ 10 No Prep Worksheets (Just print and teach)
✔ Answer Sheets (Can be used for differentiation; the dots are there!)
✔ Common Core Standards
✔ Lesson Plan
✔ Blank Creation Sheet
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