There are three sets of reading material in this packet with lots of practices on the first sounds for the -at words. It is made up of the Early Reader, Emergent Reader, and Sight Words with interactive features indicated on the page. It is progressive starting from the basic reading level from one word, like 'cat', 'mat', 'sat' to sentences.
Take a look at the Table of Contents and the preview. There are samples of the interactive reading text and activity pages.
The plan is to help the child work his or her way up from phonics to early reading like recognition of 'at' words to sentence reading.
Each page is like a building block for the child so you can measure his or her progress. There are word, sentence, coloring and writing activities. There is a checklist at the end of each level.
You have the option to print out the reading text, laminate them and cut them into strips for games or review.There are 3 reading texts with quite a few sample pages of activities found in the Preview.
Table of Contents:
Page 3 Phonics Warm up
Early Reader: Page 4-12
Page 4 Early Reader: Nat, Pat, bat, cat, hat, mat, rat, and sat. ( 8 words)
Page 5 Interactive Early Reader text: Know how to read the cat, hat, sat, etc.
Page 6 Interactive activity (fold) : Write the right consonant.
Page 7 Color the correct consonant.
Page 8 Cut and paste to match the words with the pictures
Page 9 Interactive: Cut and paste the words to make a happy hat and also used as a word wall to review.
Page 10 and 11 Writing practice of the ‘at’ words
Page 12 A checklist to make sure the child can read the words in the list.
Emergent Reader: Page 13-19
Page 13 and 14 Emergent reader Text
Page 15-16 Color the correct word in the sentence.
Page 17 Cut and paste the picture to match with the sentence.
Page 18 Interactive Reading (fold) : Emergent Reader Text and color the box.
Page 19 Sentence Writing
Sight Words: Page 21-26
Page 20-21 Learning sight words: on, under, see, saw, sit, sat, I , you, he , she.
Page 22-23 Check mark the words and sentences you can read.
Page 24-26 Writing sight words, sentences and fill in the blanks.
Page 27 to 29 Checklist for all the words and sentences you can read.
I hope this comprehensive packet will be a great tool for you and your students.
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