This product comes with a weeks’ worth of activities and ideas:
A Story, Wall Display, Printable Story, and Worksheet
-The Story explains why ee and ea say their name
-The Wall Display has two songs and a short story that goes along with the longer version
-The Printable Story can be sent home so students can practice reading
-Worksheet: students will read the words and write them under ee or ea
Picture and Word with Worksheet
-Students will match pictures to words and sort by ee and ea
-Worksheet: place words around the room and have students write the words under ee and ea
Word Sort and Worksheet
-Students will read the words and place them under the ee or ea
-Worksheet: students will read the sentence and fill in the blank with the words below
Puzzle Match and Worksheet
-Students match pictures and words together. Then sort the match by ee or ea.
-Worksheet: students will read the words at the bottom of the page, cut them out, and glue them under ee or ea.
Picture Sort and Worksheet
-Students sort pictures by ee and ea. Then try to spell out each picture on a marker board.
-Worksheet: students will read the words, cut out the pictures, and glue them next to its word.
Word Scramble and Worksheet
-Students sort the word cards with its picture by ee and ea. Then unscramble words on the scrambled word card. The answer is on the back of each card.
-Worksheet: students will unscramble the word, write it in the blank, cut out the picture, glue it next to the word, and write a sentence over one word.
This activity packet covers 48 ee and ea words
*I play several games with word cards as a whole group. The main games that I play that my students love is mingle and 2 circle game. Mingle is where you give each student a card. You start the game by saying “mingle”. Students will walk around the room until you say stop. When you say stop, students are to find the closest person to them to partner up with. They read their card to them and then switch cards. I repeat this game until students lose interest. The 2 circle game is where I have students get into 2 circles (an inner and outer circle). When they get into their circle they make sure that they have a partner that faces them. Students read their card to their partner and switch cards. Then I have the inner circle move to the right one time. Continue to do this until students have made a complete circle.
Black and White Word Cards
-I made a card for every ee and ea word used in this activity. You can either send the cards home or create games using the cards like Memory or Go Fish.
Reading Practice and Home Activity Letters
-The reading practice letter has words that go with the skill of the week. It gives parents suggestions how to make reading the words fun.
-The home activity letter has students find a picture that covers the skill for the week and glue on the back it. Students can use magazines, online pictures, or draw their own picture. Students bring back the letter and sort the pictures by the skill of the week.
EE and EA Assessment
-This tests the skill for the week. There are two parts to the assessment. In the first part, students read words. In the second part, students apply the words into sentences. On the teacher copy, I circle the words that students get correct. When students are reading sentences, check for the skill words for the week and circle the words they get correctly. If students get 8/10 right then they have mastered the skill.
-I have created 8 days’ worth of lesson plans for this literacy packet. The lesson plan comes with common core state standards, ideas on how to use the story, wall display, activities, and worksheets.
Video Ideas and Books that Teach EE and EA
-I wrote down videos that cover EE and EA. I also wrote down books that you can read throughout the week that will help emphasize on EE and EA.
Common Core State Standards that are covered in this literacy packet
RF.1.1, RF.1.2, RF.1.3, RF.1.3.c, RF.1.4, RF.1.4.a, RF.1.4.b, RF.1.4.c
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