Included are the printables that can be used for centers or morning work to practice the skills taught in " The Little Engine That Could”, Unit 5, Week 4 . This is a great supplement to use with your Reading Street Curriculum. Hunting for printables that match the lesson is over. Everything is ready to download.
Your High-Frequency Words are made for your Word Wall, and teaching cards are included for your Amazing Words and High-Frequency Words., Common Core Standards are listed for the Language Arts. There is a homework packet included to send home to parents.
Color the letter Uu
Find and color the letter Uu on the engine
Color the uppercase and lowercase letters
Match the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet
Write the uppercase alphabet in order
Write the lowercase alphabet in order
Cut out alphabet and match to the correct letter- Write both letters
Find the letter on the engine and write the uppercase letter beside the lowercase letter
Color the letters on the train car and color correctly
Color pictures that have /u/ as a middle sound
Write words that match the picture
Write the words.
Color the pictures that have the /u/ sound
Write the missing sound
Write the beginning sound
High-Frequency Word Center –
Use cards with the high-frequency words as flashcards
Use play-doe to spell each word
Use stamps to write HFW words
Use markers to write the words
Find the word "what" in the puzzle and color it.
Find the word "said" in the puzzle and color it.
Find the word "was" in the puzzle and color it.
Color the word "was" Cut out and glue the word "was", said, what
Writing Center –
Write words on lines.
Write a sentence. Draw a picture. Cut out and put the words in order
Read the sentences. Write the sentences, Draw a picture
Color the nouns that are persons
Color the nouns that are places
Color the nouns that are animals
Color the nouns that are things
Put "The Tortoise and the Hare" is sequence by coloring the pictures correctly
Posters for the Amazing Words
engine, passenger, mountain, tracks, roundhouse, valley
Posters and Word Wall Cards
what, said, was
Posters for your Reading Wall
Question of the Week