Decoding drills for fluency are a perfect and fun way for kindergarten and first graders to practice decoding words. They help build speed and automaticity, which improves reading fluency. They also make great reading intervention activities. I love that they are differentiated and include real and nonsense words.
Learn 3 EASY ways to increase retelling skills in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade readers. These hands-on activities can be implemented at the small group reading table. Boost comprehension with these hands-on, visual, and tactile learning activities and lessons for students.
First grade customizable baseline assessment for whole class, RTI & progress monitoring.Plus forms to track growth for the entire year. The data collected is great for report cards, parent-teacher conferences, special education meetings, IEP meetings and more. Editable tracker to help you meet your specific needs.
Blending Cards for Kindergarten, first and second grade reading. The cards can be used for instruction for kindergarten and first grade and and RtI for second grade. The cards are set up so that students: 1. Say the sounds • • • (with the large dots) 2. Blend the sounds (with the dotted lines) 3. Say it fast (with the arrow)
Phonemic awareness is so important in learning to read. Target every phonemic awareness skill in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade with these phonemic awareness teacher task cards. The easiest, most effective way I've taught it. Teaching phonemic awareness will never be the same!