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FREE Digital Phonics Hidden Pictures
These digital hidden pictures phonics lessons are sure to engage your kindergarten and first grade students! You can use these Google Slide files whole-group via video OR assign for independent work. You can even use them in your classroom once classes resume. Students find the hidden pictures that follow the phonics pattern, then write or type the words. Self-checking! Get the FREE CVC short a set here! #tejedastots #phonics
Sight Word Practice Pages | Fry Words 1-100 Practice Activities |
Make sight word practice fun with these no prep sight word activities and worksheets! It includes 100 Fry sight words and allows students to practice each word by tracing each word, rereading it to increase fluency skills, fine motor, visual supports, and more. See here how to use these hands-on sight word activities for preschool, kindergarten, and first graders today!
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15 Easy Activities to Increase Fluency
Fluency is reading at a just-right pace, with accuracy and expression. It can be hard to get kids to read fluently, especially in kindergarten and first grade. Read these 15 fluency activities to help your students read smooooothly! #teachingtips #fluencystrategies #tejedastots
three worksheets for writing warm - ups to help students learn how to read and write
How To Help Beginning Writers Stretch Out Words to Help With Spelling |
Stretching out words can be a struggle for beginning writers, especially when it comes to long words. Head to this blog post for tips on how you can help your emergent writers stretch out words and start to increase their confidence with beginning writers activities.
how to use for small letters with pictures and text on it, including the letter s
The Science of Reading is like a recipe for success in literacy. And just like a recipe, it requires multiple ingredients to make it work. Phonics is an important ingredient, but it’s not the only one. We also need to make sure we are teaching our students comprehension, fluency, vocabulary, and writing to help our students become proficient readers!
How to Teach Decoding Strategies to Beginning Readers
This reading strategies super bundle includes phonics-based decoding strategies, aligned with science-based teaching practices. For each strategy, there is an introduction PowerPoint presentation to teach the strategy, as well as posters, centers, certificates, mini-tools, and digital activities. Read this blog post to learn more!
How to Teach Decoding Strategies to Beginning Readers in K-2 |
Sounding out and decoding words can be a struggle for beginning readers! Having different reading and decoding strategies are a great way to help students decode tricky words and become flexible readers. Head to this blog for teaching strategies and tips that you can use to help your early elementary students use decoding strategies when reading!
the rules and tricks for dividing syllables
Tricks for Teaching Syllable Types and Division | Tejeda's Tots Blog
Knowing how to identify and divide syllable types can help students decode multi-syllabic words! Read the six syllable types and tricks for syllable division and decoding. These phonics strategies will help your first graders when they encounter a big word.
Phonics and Fluency Decodable Lesson Pages
Save time planning your small-group reading lessons with these phonics and fluency lessons. Each 2-page lesson incorporates phonics, decodable text, reading comprehension, fluency, and writing! Have your lesson plans ready to go for your kindergarten and first-grade students. Grab your set in my Tejeda's Tots shop now!