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Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?

Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Reading Street, Grade 3, Unit 1 Week 2, What About Me?
Product Description
This phonics pack is full of PHONICS supplemental material for Reading Street's Grade 3, What About Me, focusing on the skill plurals adding s, es, or changing y to i and adding es. I use the resources as independent work, small group supplements, and whole group activities during our course of study in addition to the material Reading Street provides.

Included in this pack:
Reading Street U1W2 phonics list
U1W2 Challenge list
Word cards used for displays, word sorts, or partner games
4 Challenge worksheets including:
Challenge phonics list
Challenge word sort
Challenge ABC order
Challenge syllable identification
Challenge story write
Decodable reader a
Decodable reader b
Decodable reader c
24 vc/cv syllable task cards with recording sheet
Answer sheet included in both paper and QR code versions!
31 I have/who has game cards

*The challenge phonics list follows the same phonics rule for the week (plurals) with 5 overlap words from the Reading Street list mixed with more challenging plurals.

*24 Suffix Task Cards are based off of Reading Street's standards and assessments. Questions follow a similar format as to those students are required to test on. These can be used as an independent center, in small group instruction, or a Scoot-Around-the-Room. These challenge cards have 2 types of questions:
1. Identify the correct spelling of the plural word
2. Write the plural word for each singular word given

**NEW** QR codes included for answer keys. Notice there are two QR codes for numbers 1-12 and 13-24. Students can scan codes and self correct their own work from any classroom device!

*31 I have/Who Has cards are a ~*challenge*~! My third graders absolutely love this activity but it requires everyone working together and listening to find the correct words. This was designed purposefully to be a higher level thinking game rather than a typical call and response game like I have/Who has cards you may be familiar with.
Total Pages
47 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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