Science of Reading Comprehension Phonics Decodable Passages Worksheets Word Maps

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Do your students struggle with decoding words? These engaging science of reading no prep reading comprehension passages are a great tool to help your students with their literacy development. These decodable passages target phonics skills that are broken down, so they can build reading fluency. This resource also includes print and go word mapping activities to pair with them.

There are over 200 printables included with the science of reading resources that covers CVC words, digraphs, and vowel teams.

This is also a give back bundle that has been steadily growing this past year, so it includes more than that. There are over 600 pages of no prep printables in this bundle total. There are other seasonal resources included such as 50 differently written spring and summer decodable passages with comprehension activities with options. Additionally, this includes my 100th Day of School No Prep resource in addition to other resources. I just add to this resource when its on my heart to do that, and when I have time to make these additions to it. I may add some fall resources to it if time allows this year. To clarify, this is not a growing bundle, and there are no promises for future additions. However, I do plan to do that.

Please see the preview to get a better idea of what is included.

Science of Reading Printables:

CVC Word Family Passages and Word Mapping Printables

Digraph Passages and Word Mapping Printables

Vowel Team Passages and Word Mapping Printables

Spring Passages Phonics Skills Covered:

Short Vowel CVC Words

Digraphs with Short Vowels- CCVC, CVCC & CCVCC Patterns

Double Consonants with Short Vowels- CVCC & CCVCC Patterns

Beginning Blends with Short Vowels Only- CCVC Patterns

Beginning & Ending Blends with Short Vowels- CCVC, CVCC & CCVCC Patterns

2 & 3 Letter Beginning Blends with Short Vowels- CCVCCC & CCCVCC Patterns

Long Vowels Silent E- CVCe Patterns Only

Long Vowels Silent E- CVCe & CCVCe Patterns

Long A Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long E Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long I Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long O Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long U Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Inflectional Endings with -es with Intro to Simple Two Syllable Words

Diphthongs & Two Syllable Words

R-Controlled Vowels with One Syllable

R-Controlled Vowels with Two Syllables

Double Consonant Multisyllable Words Ending with -le (Example: Drizzle)

Summer Passages Phonics Skills Covered:

Short Vowel CVC Words

Digraphs with Short Vowels- CCVC & CVCC Patterns

Double Consonants with Short Vowels- CVCC Patterns

Short Vowel Digraphs Ending with -ed with One Syllable

Beginning Blends with Short Vowels Only- CCVC Patterns

Beginning & Ending Blends with Short Vowels- CCVC, CVCC, CCVCC & CCCVCC Patterns

Ending -ed Word with One Syllable

Long Vowels Silent E- CVCe & CCVCe Patterns

Long A Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long E Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long I Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long O Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Long U Vowel Teams with One Syllable

Diphthongs with One Syllable

R-Controlled Vowels with One Syllable

Ending -er R-Controlled Vowels with Two Syllables

Compound Words with Two Syllables

Open Multisyllable Words with 2 & 3 Syllables

About the Author’s Skill to Write These:

These seasonal decodable reading comprehension passages are well written by Jolene Mathew, a children’s author, who is also an experienced primary teacher with over a decade of experience in the educational field who has stayed current in her professional development with following the science of reading best practices and has been a life-long writer since the age of ten. She started creating phonics resources in 2013 and can be found making up silly rhymes with her son all the time. She has written over a hundred decodable books and passages for The Candy Class and another technical educational company. She says she now catches herself rewording her social media posts to be decodable these days because it has become so embedded in her thinking when she writes. That just goes to show how much skill she has developed with writing decodables that it has become an automatic way of writing for her.

These spring and summer decodable passage activities will help your students to develop their reading skills. If you are interested in these and not purchasing right away, make sure to add these to your wishlist to make it easy to find and add to your cart later.

PS. Make sure to follow The Candy Class by clicking here, so you can see when more resources aligned with the science of reading best practices are posted and other engaging no prep resources. Many of these go on sale initially, so look out for the new resource email.

One final note: The 100th Day of School Resource includes both a printable and digital options in Seesaw, Google Slides, and PowerPoint. However, the other resources are all in printable format only.

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each composition or decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 18 = 10 + 8); understand that these numbers are composed of ten ones and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:

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