Decode! Book 4 features words with silent-e syllables.
There are fluency practice sheets for:
• one-syllable silent-e words
• multisyllabic words that contain silent-e syllables
• silent-e words that are exceptions
Each page comprises:
• a key
Decode! Book 8, introducing the vowel team syllable, has now been revised and expanded to include common diphthongs and more digraphs. Decode! booklets have already introduced closed, open, silent-e, consonant-le, and r-controlled syllable types.
Do you sometimes struggle to find the appropriate passage for your students when they need to practice reading connected text that features specific phonograms/graphemes? Your students may like to try these passages that include words with long
Decode! booklets have already introduced closed, open silent-e, and consonant-le syllables. This publication introduces a new syllable type, the r-controlled syllable. An r-controlled syllable is one with a vowel followed by the letter r. The
Decode! Book 3 Syllable Division with Closed Syllables features multi-syllable words comprised of closed syllables and contains fluency practice sheets and a game to decode words with more than one closed syllable.
There are four sections of
As part of the Early Literacy series, the Consonant Digraphs pack provides opportunities for beginner readers to practice phonics through fun activities and games. This pack introduces students to the consonant digraphs ch, ck, ng, sh, th and wh.
Decode! Book 2 Closed Syllables (4, 5, and 6 sounds) features words with consonant blends and contains fluency practice sheets and a game to decode single closed syllable words with 4-6 sounds.
Four sections are fluency practice sheets:
All About Chickens complements any upper elementary level unit on Chickens.
This pack includes fluency passages, with accompanying comprehension activities, on topics such as chicken ancestors; chicken breeds; chickens as pets; how to keep chickens
English Language Arts, Reading, Informational Text
The Place Value Investigations pack contains three activities to help students review place value. To add interest, the activities are embedded in a narrative. Detective Black from the Numberton Police Department is called in to investigate a
GET READY TO READ is the first pack in the OUTSIDE THE BOX LEARNING series. The series is being produced in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The materials are intended to provide learning ideas for teachers, parents, and care-givers to use with
Decode! Book 6 introduces morphemes and the consonant-le syllable.
The concept of building new words from old words is introduced by describing compound words, suffixes and prefixes. Fluency practice sheets feature common suffixes and prefixes.
This pack bundles Games for Beginner Readers (1), (2) and (3).
With some students, learning phonics may take time and lots of practice. Students don’t mind repetition so long as it’s fun. Games for Beginner Readers (Bundle) provides opportunities
With some students, learning phonics may take time and lots of practice. Students don’t mind repetition so long as it’s fun. Games for Beginner Readers (1) provides opportunities for beginner readers to practice phonics through fun games that
Here are four games that help beginner readers build their vocabulary of CVC words. The games are designed to explore over 85 words that are featured in the series, Games for Beginner Readers. However, the games, Find the Treasure! and Busy Bees,
This publication contains fluency practice sheets and a game to decode single closed syllable words (with 3 sounds).
The first four sections are fluency practice sheets:
Section 1: Group I phonograms/graphemes: a, b, f, h, I, j, k, m, p, and
Games of Beginner Readers (2) builds on what students have learned in Games for Beginner Readers (1). Using this pack, students start playing new activities and games with familiar phonograms. Then new phonograms are introduced at a rate that
Students learn and practice the ff, ll, ss Rule by completing worksheets, by playing a card game called "Shoot Out!" and by reading a 12-page picture book of controlled text. Tutors using the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading and spelling may
Games for Beginner Readers (3) builds on what students have learned in Games for Beginner Readers (1) and (2) and introduces the phonograms qu, v, w, x, y, and z. In the game, On Your Mark…, students practice blending phonograms. In Busy Bees, up
Students are always looking for patterns in math, but they can also discover reliable patterns in the English language. Spelling Rules OK? Ways to Spell /k/ provides teaching aids to help students learn reliable patterns for spelling the phoneme
For many students, learning multiplication facts can take time and lots of practice. The Chicken Coop Game offers students an opportunity to learn basic multiplication facts through a fun activity.
Players move around a board avoiding chicken