In this phonemes learning exercise, learners break apart 20 words into their phonetic sounds. Students categorize the words into two groups: words with the sound in "fool" or words with the sound in "play".
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Identify Base Words and Suffixes to Read Multisyllabic Words #1
Show your scholars how adding an affix changes the entire meaning of a word; they focus on the suffix -able. You'll find a complete script here, but if you don't want to read this verbatim, use it simply as an outline. Learners watch you...
2nd - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Poems: Identifying Patterns
Here is a great worksheet that contains two short poems to compare and contrast. Children will read each poem out loud and then complete three comparative analysis questions which focus on rhyme, structure, and language. Note: The...
3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Letter by letter, sound by sound, monitor the growth of your emergent readers with these assessment templates. Adaptable to the needs of individual students, these one-on-one assessments focus on children's ability to identify letters...
K - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable