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Build and Write Phonics Cards

Build and Write Phonics Cards

Knowing how to spell and recognizing spelling rules will aid students in their reading AND writing abilities. That is why it is so important to provide students with opportunities to learn these skills during literacy instruction.

Build and Write Spelling Cards is a hands-on approach to teaching students phonics.

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Freebies,Reading Resources

Beginning Sounds Game

This blog post is about a free resource I am giving you to use to help your students learn their beginning sounds!

Teaching beginning sounds is a lot of fun with little learners! Once they know their beginning sounds, they will be able to use them to help them figure out unknown words in a text. They can also begin to add labels to their pictures and write sentences!

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Sort Worksheets – No Prep!

Sorting should be a skill that your students 1) enjoys 2) can do independently and 3) rigorous. I have made Sort It Out NO PREP resources to meet all of those goals! These packets require NO PREP…NO LAMINATING…NO STAPLING…NO 1 TO 2 SIDED PRINTING…Just print and teach!

These sorting worksheets get amazing feedback from people that use them so I’m going to show you the many ways you can use them in your instruction!

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Summer FUN in School: Jack and the Beanstalk and Planting Grass Seeds

This week in summer school we have been learning about plants. We have been studying what are plants, what do plants need to grow as well as reading fictional books about plants.

Since it is summer school and most of my reading materials is packed away, I have been using EPIC!  online as my reading source.

It is a FREE resource for teachers to get fun and engaging literature on almost any topic. I created a login using my school email and that was it! I wanted to read a ENJOYABLE non-fiction book about plants to get students excited about our theme so I read, “Jack and the Beanstalk.” You can never go wrong with a classic!

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