This packet is filled with great tools for young learners to use. Each activity is aligned with a kindergarten common core standard. Here's whats included:
The word families included in this packet are:
-at, ap, an, am, ag, ad, ake, ack, ail, ed, en, et, ell, est, eep, ig, in, ip, ick, ing, ine, og, ot, op, ock, ug, un, ut, ub, uck, unk
1. Word Family Booklet: The way I use this booklet with my class is by making each child a booklet with each chunk. I pair children up in small groups and have them use magnet letters and a cookie tray to make words. I preselect the letters for them to add to the word family. Children record the words that they make in their booklet. Each page has boxes where children can write the words that they make, the word family name at the top and a small picture at the bottom as a reminder.
2. Read it, Stamp it, Write it: This is a good center activity or a good activity for children who finish early. I ordered some lowercase letter stamps from amazon and got some small stamp pads. Children read the word, stamp the word in the middle column and the write the word.
3. Foldable Readers: These foldable readers are great for homework or small group work. You simply fold the paper in half and then in half again. Children can highlight words in the word family that they find in the story. They are easy readers designed to be repetitive and help beginning readers.
4. Reading Passages: Read the passage. Highlight words in the word family. Record the word family words that you found. Illustrate what you think the story will look like.
4. Word & Picture Sorts: The word and picture sorts are great for independent work. I use them as morning work or homework as follow up activities. Children cut the picture and word cards on the bottom and sort them into the boxes based on which word family they belong to.
5. Word Family Identification Worksheets: The word and picture sorts are great for independent work. I use them as morning work or homework as follow up activities. Children cut the picture and word cards on the bottom and sort them into the boxes based on which word family they belong to.
6. Read & Draw Worksheets: Read the words on the page. Draw a picture of each word.
7. Letters, Chunks, and Word Cards: This is a set of letter cards that are great for building word families in a pocket chart. Simply print, laminate and use for a whole group lesson on word building by adding new letters to each word family chunk and listing the word cards as you go.
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