Offers support in coaching into the work that students do during each session and in leading small groups to support students in transferring their phonics learning to their ongoing reading and writing.
Each series set comes with a trade book to be used as a demonstration text for teachers to model the skills and strategies students will try. Each resource pack contains a variety of full-color, illustrated, posters; charts; picture, photo, word, and letter cards; copies of poems and songs; assessment materials; and much more. Each unit includes downloadable, printable pdfs of the materials included in the resource packs, links to videos, assessment tools, small group resources, and more.
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A Note About Resource Packs: The Resource Packs are composed of resources made from good-quality card stock, all beautifully illustrated and printed in 4-color. Resources include alphabet charts, many other types of other charts, letter cards, word cards, picture cards, printed copies of poems and songs, other cards such as onset rime cards and vowel picture cards, and much more—about 40 pounds of resources per grade level! Note: Resources for each grade level come packed in two boxes. Search Search.
Principles Undergirding the Units of Study in Phonics. A Lean and Efficient Curriculum Phonics instruction benefits children when it supplements and does not replace reading and writing instruction. Going Beyond Item Knowledge Children benefit from being taught not only item knowledge such as blends and digraphs , but also the strategies and purposes that allow them to draw on that item knowledge as they read and write.
Game-changing Engagement Children benefit most from phonics work that is engaging: phonics need not be taught through worksheets but can instead involve singing, pretending, inventing, talking, writing, and spelling. Lesson plans and teaching tools Optimized for English Language Learners who are not only learning a new language, but a new alphabet as well.
Format : Downloadable e-books to read on-screen or print on your printer.
Format: Downloadable e-books to read on-screen or print on your printer. Quick Start Guide. Screen shots. Here are a few suggestions to get you started: Learning how-to-read is a lot like exercise -- regular classes, spread out over time, is the best way to go. Reading lessons don't have to be long. For example, read for ten or fifteen minutes, and then work on activity sheets and handwriting.
Do one lesson a day -- or two lessons, one in the morning, one in the afternoon. Don't rush. Parents and teachers spend an average of two weeks with each of our phonics books. Word Wall or flash cards You don't HAVE to do a "Word Wall" or flash cards , but it does help, especially in larger classrooms where children aren't able to receive a lot of individual attention. To practice the words, tap a word and sound it out.
For example, "kuh, ah, tuh, says CAT. The words can be up on the wall, or you can hold them in your hands. Note: The Lesson Plans give suggestions on which words to practice on which days. Lesson plans and flash cards for Beginner Book 5 Note on the letter "Q" --the alphabet pages below include a page for the letter "q" although this letter is not specifically taught or addressed in the Beginner Phonics Book. Overview Screen shots Do it right the first time! Is your child ready?
Do it right the first time!
Don't teach bad habits! We're not going to name any names here, but our program was developed with several things in mind: Teach the right moves the FIRST time around Reading and writing are different! Our special Handwriting Test see below will help you decide if your child is ready or not. A word about Pencil Grip. Progressive Printing Book 1: The Basics This page booklet teaches -- -- nine lowercase alphabet letters t,c,a,d,n,m,h,r,s -- how to space letters and words -- four of the eight basic handwriting patterns vertical lines, horizontal lines, the "c" shape and arches.
Progressive Printing Book 2: E's, B's and V's This page booklet teaches -- -- six lowercase alphabet letters e,b,l,g,v,w -- diagonals slanted lines and zigzags the shape of letters 'v' and 'w' -- three "tricks" to help remember the difference between letters 'b,' 'd' and 'g.
Progressive Printing Book 3: From 'i' to 'z' This page booklet teaches -- -- six lowercase alphabet letters i, k, f, x, p, z -- Tips to remember 'p' vd. Progressive Printing Book 4: Copycat! This page booklet teaches -- -- two lowercase alphabet letters o, j -- In addition to tracing, children now start COPYING words and phrases, to help them learn how to write independently.
This booklet contains 15 lessons, which can be done one-a-day or two-a-day. Progressive Printing Book 5: Making Waves This page booklet teaches -- -- the "wave" handwriting pattern that is used to write letters "u" and "y" plus is used extensively in joined or cursive handwriting -- how to write letters 'u' and 'y' and 'q' -- the "qu" digraph letter combination This booklet contains 14 lessons, which can be done one-a-day or two-a-day. Newest Book! Now Available! Capitals Book 5 Save Save Save.
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