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Great Project Read Support Materials: Level IV Spelling Units
Resource Prep: Flashcards & Spelling Lists can be printed on cardstock and laminated for center or small group use. Student sheets can be copied on regular copy paper.
Resource Includes the Following:
✎ Table of Contents (Skills Scope & Sequence)
✎ Spelling Words Unit Lists
✎ Red Word Parent Letter & Home Flashcards (Editable Parent Note Available)
✎ Level IV Practice Sheets (Units 1 -30) Sheets Include: Spelling Word Lists; Words to Read ; Sentences to Read
✎ Level IV Editable Practice Sheet
✎ Spelling Words Flashcards (Units 1 -30)
✎ Red Word Flashcards (Level I - IV)
Outline of what sound or sound combination will be taught in each unit.
List of words for each of the 30 units. You can use these lists for individual student or center use. Parents may also want a copy of the spelling list for the whole year.
Note for parents about what read words are and how they can help their child learn then. Also included is a sheet with all Level IV red words that can be cut apart as flashcards for practice. Note: Editable Parent Note Available
A sheet for each of the 30 units that have the spelling list for the week, words and sentences to practice reading that go with the sound or sound combination being taught for the unit. I send a copy home with each student and then they keep one in their reading folder. You can cut off the spelling list for centers or individual use. Note: Editable Practice Sheet Available
Flashcards for each of the 30 units to use individual, in small groups or during center work. Sheets should be printed on cardstock and laminated so they can be used each year.
Flashcards for Levels I - IV to use individually, in small groups or during center work. Sheets should be printed on cardstock and laminated so they can be used each year.
Note: This resource can be used with Grade 4 and special education students. Special education students are not necessarily working at their grade level but are progressing at their ability level. Also, make sure you check your Project Read text to see if it corresponds with this levels scope & Sequence.
Support your Project Read lessons with this ready-made resource!