Literacy for early years teaching resources: Reading

Resources and ideas for literacy for early years, reading, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

The Way up to Heaven by Roald Dahl

The Way up to Heaven by Roald Dahl

The Way up to Heaven by Roald DahlComplete lessons or lessons, on the excellent short story by Roald Dahl!Complete and attractive lesson pack includes:• Engaging starters• Lesson objectives• Full story and discussion prompts throughout (pdf of the complete story included)• Key quote analysis discussion• Main question • The Way up to Heaven quizAn engaging lesson to use time and time again.For the Roald Dahl lesson, The Hitchhiker see here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-hitchhiker-by-roald-dahl-11628326Visit my shop for more great lessons and resources:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish(Credits: image http://wallls.com/wallpaper/61117, cooltext.com.)

By EngageinEnglish

The Twits KS1 Comprehension Activities Booklet! (Aligned with the Curriculum Expectations)

The Twits KS1 Comprehension Activities Booklet! (Aligned with the Curriculum Expectations)

This resource booklet contains a wide range of age-appropriate, engaging, and meaningful comprehension activities for use throughout the reading of Roald Dahl's 'The Twits.' Teachers have found them particularly useful in comprehension or guided reading sessions. They are perfect for aiding the progress of children towards meeting the KS1 expectations within the new National Curriculum framework. Children love learning from these resources, whilst they are also of great use to teachers, as there is explicit information within each task regarding which comprehension strands the task is designed to demonstrate. They also relate to key extracts, characters, and themes from the story, ensuring that children gain a deep understanding of the text.Activities within the booklet include:- 'Feed Mr. Twit' - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: 'talk about their favourite words and phrases in the story;'- 'Dahl's Description' - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: 'Explain meanings of words that they know and ask the meaning of new words. Link the meaning of new words to words that they already know;'- 'The Mugglewumps' - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: 'Say what might happen next in a story based on what has happened so far;'- 'Mr. and Mrs. Twit' - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: 'Enjoy reading and discussing the order of events in books and how items of information are related.'Plus many, many more activities (the booklet is around 20 pages in length!) I've also added it as a PDF in case the formatting differs on your computer.All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on a separate document (included).

By TandLGuru

Fidget Spinner - Correct Letters

Fidget Spinner - Correct Letters

In the “Correct Letters” worksheets, the student must find as many correct letters in amongst the reversed letters before their spinner stops.This file contains 20 worksheets.Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed:Position in Space Position in Space perception is the ability to identify the position of any given visual stimulus in relation to oneself. In the “Fidget Spinner - Correct Letters” worksheets, the student must determine whether each individual letter is orientated correctly (not reversed) using their own body as a reference point.Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Fidget Spinner - Correct Letters” worksheets successfully, the student must attend to one letter at a time within the busy field of all the other surrounding letters.For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com

By VisualLearningForLife

Daily Writing Prompts

Daily Writing Prompts

24 writing prompts. A PDF file which can be printed as individual task cards or as a complete booklet for SEN children to encourage creative and imaginative writing, spelling and grammar, writing instructions, letter writing, newspaper articles, magic stories, superhero stories, pirate stories, historical stories, animal stories and about myself. This would also be good to put in your substitute teacher file for that unexpected absence. It is not a seasonal resource therefore could be used at anytime of the year.

By teachercellar

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'fl' sound

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'fl' sound

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'fl.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'fl' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'fl' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'fl' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'fl' sound- Writing a sentence with 'fl' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'gl' sound

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'gl' sound

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'gl.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'gl' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'gl' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'gl' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'gl' sound- Writing a sentence with 'gl' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'pl' sound

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'pl' sound

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'pl.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'pl' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'pl' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'pl' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'pl' sound- Writing a sentence with 'pl' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'cl' sound

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'cl' sound

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'cl.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'cl' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'cl' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'cl' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'cl' sound- Writing a sentence with 'cl' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'sl' sounds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'sl' sounds

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'sl.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'sl' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'sl' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'sl' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'sl' sound- Writing a sentence with 'sl' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'sp' sound

Phonics phase 4 - Consonant blends - The 'sp' sound

This resource is an interactive lesson aimed at whole class or group phonics. It is a powerpoint presentation that allows children to reviseprevious phonemes and learn or revisit the sound 'sp.' It takes 15-20 minutes.This PowerPoint is split into different sections:- Revision of phase 3 and 4 phonemes in a random order- Introduction to 'sp' sound and opportunity to trace the shape of the sound- Spotting the odd one out (the picture without the 'sp' sound)- Segmenting and blending sounds in 'sp' words- Phoneme counting- Phoneme spotting in sentences- Writing words with 'sp' sound- Writing a sentence with 'sp' sound- Revision of phase 4 tricky words

By blossomingminds

Children´s Authors - Beatrix Potter (Bilingual Set)

Children´s Authors - Beatrix Potter (Bilingual Set)

This set of worksheets and reading comprehension are related to children´s authors with a special version of BEATRIX POTTER. In this set, you will find the following activities:1. A reading text (short biography) of the author.2. Reading comprehension questions sheet.3. Write facts sheet.4. A bubble map to write words related to the author.5. A KWL chart.6. Facts square chart.7. An interactive activity.8. A Venn diagram to compare and contrast with another children´s author.9. A poster of the author in color.You can use these sheets for Social Studies and literacy centers, classwork or homework.************************************************************Este set de hojas de trabajos y de lectura comprensiva está relacionado con los autores de niños con una versión especial sobre BEATRIX POTTER. En este set, encontrarás las siguientes actividades:1. Un texto de lectura (biografía corta) del autor o la autora.2. una hoja con preguntas de comprensión.3. Una hoja para escribir información.4. Un mapa de burbujas para escribir palabras sobre el autor.5. Un cuadro KWL en español.6. Cuadro de información.7. Una actividad interactiva.8. Un diagrama de Venn para comparar y contrastar con otro/autor de niños.9. Un poster en color.Tú puedes usar estas hojas de trabajo en los centros de Ciencias Sociales, trabajo de clase o de tarea para el hogar.

By hernigian

From Plant to Plate: The Journey of the Banana Part 1

From Plant to Plate: The Journey of the Banana Part 1

Looking at the connections between food, health, society and the environment, students can begin to imagine how what we eat determines how the world is used.Food takes a complex journey from its origins on farms, ranches, rivers, oceans and other sources to consumers’ plates. Along the way, it passes through the hands of producers, processors, transporters, warehouse operators, retailers, consumers and waste handlers.This pack will help students understand that most of the food that is bought in stores and eaten by them, comes from farms. They will explore the food to table process.This resource is part of a larger cross-curricular unit of The Story of the Banana.**********************************************************CONTENT• Cover• Fact Book Teacher Notes• Fact Book• Discussion Cards Teacher Notes• Discussion Cards, plus group activity• Choice of 3 styles of related comprehension text questions• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 24**********************************************************RELATED RESOURCES**********************************************************Teacher's Toolkit Thematic

By TeachersToolkit

Handwriting:  Handwriting Practice Print

Handwriting: Handwriting Practice Print

This Practice Makes Perfect read, trace, write, and draw handwriting workbook was created for Year 2, but I believe it would also be beneficial other students who require extra practice with handwriting skills. I hope it proves to be both challenging and fun for your students as they practise reading, tracing, writing and drawing.✎ The first page helps practice handwriting formation and includes a word beginning with the focus letter, along with a picture cue. Students can also colour, as well as identify words beginning with the focus letter and illustrate these. ✎ The second page allows students to read, trace and write a phrase containing a word beginning with the focus letter and identifies additional words for the students to trace and illustrate.✎ A front cover can be added from a choice of 3. ✎ This handwriting pack can be used for morning work, independent work or may be used in a whole group setting.✎ The pages may be copied back to back and stapled as a booklet. ******************************************************CONTENT• Cover• Teacher Notes• Workbook Front Covers• Handwriting Workbook• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 59**********************************************************RELATED RESOURCES**********************************************************Teacher's Toolkit Handwriting

By TeachersToolkit

From Plant to Plate: The Journey of the Banana Part 2

From Plant to Plate: The Journey of the Banana Part 2

Looking at the connections between food, health, society and the environment, students can begin to imagine how what we eat determines how the world is used.Food takes a complex journey from its origins on farms, ranches, rivers, oceans and other sources to consumers’ plates. Along the way, it passes through the hands of producers, processors, transporters, warehouse operators, retailers, consumers and waste handlers.This pack will help students understand that most of the food that is bought in stores and eaten by them comes from farms. They will explore the food to table process.This resource is part of a larger cross-curricular unit of The Story of the Banana.**********************************************************CONTENT• Cover• Contents• Student Reader• Teacher Notes• Sequencing Activities - choice of 4 differentiated activities• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 33**********************************************************RELATED RESOURCESFrom Plant to Plate: The Journey of the Banana Part 1**********************************************************Teacher's Toolkit Thematic

By TeachersToolkit

Phonics phase 3 revision booklet - fairy tale theme

Phonics phase 3 revision booklet - fairy tale theme

This resource is a phonics booklet aimed at EYFS or year 1 (4-6 yrs). It covers all phase 3 sounds, so is perfect for revising the phase at the end of EYFS or checking children's ability at the beginning of year 1.There are 20 pages of activities, perfect for children to work on independently during phonics lessons, as a start of day activity or as a filler. Alternatively, send home for parents to work on with children as a homework task.The theme of this booklet is traditional/fairy tales.Just print and staple!PDF file format.

By blossomingminds

Phonics Phase 2 - Short Vowels - CVC - 4 Activities

Phonics Phase 2 - Short Vowels - CVC - 4 Activities

Designed to support the teaching of Phonics and spelling patterns, this pack includes four activities to support with teaching short vowels and CVC words. These resources can be laminated and used over again for small group teaching, early finishers and independent consolidation. Covering the short /a/ /e/ /i/ /o/ /u/ sounds, these resources support within Phase 2 of the Letters and Sounds guidelines, as well as within the Words Their Way groupings.Resource includes:*40 clip the vowel cards*40 find the middle sound cards*Sound sort - template with vowel sound cards and 40 picture cards to sort*40 cvc short vowel puzzles to match-------------------------------------------------------------Terms of useCopyright ©TheSunshineTeacher. All rights reserved by the author. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

By TheSunshineTeacher

Reading Responses for all Books Independent Activities for Literacy Centres in Older Grades

Reading Responses for all Books Independent Activities for Literacy Centres in Older Grades

This is a set of 50 different PRINT and GO worksheets for students to use to respond to texts.These are ideal for improving reading comprehension during literacy groups activity centres.I think it is vitally important that students engage with reading material, in a meaningful and with a purpose. These sheets offer students opportunity and incentive to share their thoughts, ideas, opinions and justifications about what they had read.They ask students to make connections, use their comprehension skills and think deeply.The sheets are general, and can be used with most books. Most of the sheets work with fictional texts, but a few are for non-fictional texts.I think students from Yr 3-6 can use these sheets, less-experienced children may need a little more support. Some responses are fairly simple, whilst other require much thought, opinion and justification.These sheets make great activities for reading literacy centres.My favourite way to use has been to complete an example of all sheets, as a model and level of expectation. Then I display the finished model along with spare sheets. Students can choose which worksheet they think suits their book and use for their response. If you don’t have time to complete the model yourself, collect samples from students work.Of course, this variety gives teachers and students many choices. I’d advise a choice of one or two responses for each text.I have a similar product for younger students.

By mareehenderson21

Reading Responses for Books Independent Activities for Literacy Centres Early Grades

Reading Responses for Books Independent Activities for Literacy Centres Early Grades

This is a set of 68 different PRINT and GO worksheets for students to use to respond to texts.These are ideal for improving reading comprehension during literacy groups activity centres.The sheets are general, and can be used with most books. Most of the sheets work with fictional texts, but a few are for non-fictional texts.Most sheets print as flat A4 sheets, but some are small, foldable books. I think these have novelty value, especially if you print on coloured paper.I think it is vitally important that students engage with reading material, in a meaningful and with a purpose. These sheets offer students opportunity and incentive to share their thoughts, ideas, opinions and justifications about what they had read.They ask students to make connections, use their comprehension skills and think deeply.I think students from K-2 can use these sheets, less-experienced children may need a little more support. Some responses are fairly simple, whilst other require much thought, opinion and justification.These sheets make great activities for reading literacy centres.My favourite way to use has been to complete an example of all sheets, as a model and level of expectation. Then I display the finished model along with spare sheets. Students can choose which worksheet they think suits their book and use for their response. If you don’t have time to complete the model yourself, collect samples from students work.Of course, this variety gives teachers and students many choices. I’d advise a choice of one or two responses for each text.I have another similar product for older students.

By mareehenderson21

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills using Images VISUAL TEXT "BROKEN WINDOW"

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills using Images VISUAL TEXT "BROKEN WINDOW"

Visual literacy is important to students' ability to understand and delve more deeply into texts they read. This uses a comical Ron Leishman cartoon, that I've titled "Broken Window."This literacy centre activity uses Visual Text as input or stimulus. THE BROKEN WINDOW plus 20 Task Cards delving deeply into comprehension skills; Visualisation, Prior Knowledge, Generalisation, Cause and effect, Fact and Opinion, Sequencing, Questioning, Predicting, Comparing and Contrasting and Drawing Conclusions.You'll find that students' skills comprehension improve with this opportunity to think about the image. These thinking skills carry over into written texts and improve students' ability to discuss their ideas, possibilities and opinions.The image makes a great focal point for a wall display, surround by student's task work.1. The last 8 Task Cards make great notebook/workbook activities.2. They serve as idea starters for class or small group discussions.3. Laminate a set to use as an activity in a literacy center.4. Use them as assessment and/or homework tasks.5. Use them as a Centre Activity

By mareehenderson21

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills Using Images BUNDLE 3 VISUAL TEXTS

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills Using Images BUNDLE 3 VISUAL TEXTS

BUNDLE of 3 Visual literacy products. Visualisation is important to students' ability to understand and delve more deeply into texts they read. This bundle uses comical Ron Leishman cartoons, that I think will help students make connections to their memories and personal experiences to aid comprehension.This is a bundle of literacy centre activities using three Visual Text as input or stimulus, plus 60 Task Cards delving deeply into comprehension skills; Visualisation, Prior Knowledge, Generalisation, Cause and effect, Fact and Opinion, Sequencing, Questioning, Predicting, Comparing and Contrasting and Drawing Conclusions.This includes BROKEN WINDOW, PACKING and THE TRIP, which are all available as individual items, but of course you save money with this BUNDLE.You'll find that students' skills comprehension improve with this opportunity to think about the image. These thinking skills carry over into written texts and improve students' ability to discuss their ideas, possibilities and opinions.The image makes a great focal point for a wall display, surround by student's task work.1. The last 8 Task Cards make great notebook/workbook activities.2. They serve as idea starters for class or small group discussions.3. Laminate a set to use as an activity in a literacy centre4. Use them as assessment and/or homework tasks.5. Use them as Centre Activities

By mareehenderson21

VISUAL LITERACY Improve Reading Comprehension & Connection Skill using Images VISUAL TEXT "THE TRIP"

VISUAL LITERACY Improve Reading Comprehension & Connection Skill using Images VISUAL TEXT "THE TRIP"

Visual literacy is important to students' ability to understand and delve more deeply into texts they read. This uses a comical Ron Leishman cartoon, that I've titled "The Trip". I think it will tap into the prior knowledge and experience of every child!This literacy centre activity uses Visual Text as input or stimulus. THE TRIP plus 20 Task Cards delving deeply into comprehension skills; Visualisation, Prior Knowledge, Generalisation, Cause and effect, Fact and Opinion, Sequencing, Questioning, Predicting, Comparing and Contrasting and Drawing Conclusions.You'll find that students' skills comprehension improve with this opportunity to think about the image. These thinking skills carry over into written texts and improve students' ability to discuss their ideas, possibilities and opinions.The image makes a great focal point for a wall display, surround by student's task work.1. The last 8 Task Cards make great notebook/workbook activities.2. They serve as idea starters for class or small group discussions.3. Laminate a set to use as an activity in a literacy centre.4. Use them as assessment and/or homework tasks.5. Use them as a Centre Activity

By mareehenderson21

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills using Images VISUAL TEXT "PACKING"

VISUALISING Reading Comprehension & Connection Skills using Images VISUAL TEXT "PACKING"

Visual literacy is important to students' ability to understand and delve more deeply into texts they read. This uses a comical Ron Leishman cartoon, that I've titled "PACKING," that I think will help students make connections to their memories and personal experiences to aid comprehension.This literacy centre activity uses Visual Text as input or stimulus. PACKING plus 20 Task Cards delving deeply into comprehension skills; Visualisation, Prior Knowledge, Generalisation, Cause and effect, Fact and Opinion, Sequencing, Questioning, Predicting, Comparing and Contrasting and Drawing Conclusions.You'll find that students' skills comprehension improve with this opportunity to think about the image. These thinking skills carry over into written texts and improve students' ability to discuss their ideas, possibilities and opinions.The image makes a great focal point for a wall display, surround by student's task work.1. The last 8 Task Cards make great notebook/workbook activities.2. They serve as idea starters for class or small group discussions.3. Laminate a set to use as an activity in a literacy centre.4. Use them as assessment and/or homework tasks.5. Use them as a Centre Activity

By mareehenderson21

Popular Sight Words Multi-GradeList  NOUNS Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo, Word Games

Popular Sight Words Multi-GradeList NOUNS Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo, Word Games

Printable SIGHT WORDS NOUNS LEVEL activities, word list and game.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for all grades NOUNS Level (approx) and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21

Popular Sight Words GRADE 3 Word Games, Sentences, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Popular Sight Words GRADE 3 Word Games, Sentences, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Printable SIGHT WORDS GRADE 3 LEVEL activities, word list and game.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for GRADE 3 Level (approx) and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21

Sight Words GRADE 1 Word Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Sight Words GRADE 1 Word Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Printable SIGHT WORDS GRADE 1 LEVEL activities, word list and game.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for GRADE 1 Level (approx) and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21

Popular Sight Words GRADE 2 Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Popular Sight Words GRADE 2 Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Printable SIGHT WORDS GRADE 2 LEVEL activities, word list and game.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for GRADE 2 Level (approx) and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21

Sight Words PRE-PRIMER BUNDLE Games, Puzzles, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Sight Words PRE-PRIMER BUNDLE Games, Puzzles, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Printable SIGHT WORDS PRE-PRIMER LEVEL activities, word list and game.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for Pre-Primer Level and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21

Sight Words PRIMER Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Sight Words PRIMER Games, Activities, Flash Cards, Bingo

Printable SIGHT WORDS PRIMER LEVEL activities, word list and games.This List, Flash Cards, BINGO, Tracing Cards, Sequencing Sentences, Word Searches and more, are based on a popular Sight Words for Primer Level and give students a continued support and opportunity to become successful readers.This file contains a huge amount!1) A Master List of the words on this Level2) Flash Cards for every word on the list. There is a file for large flash cards, and another for smaller cards, suitable for individual child's use and for games.3) Dotted Font Flash Cards with every word on the Level. These are printed in a dotted font, for students to trace, match with normal font etc4) Shape Cards with shapes to match every word on the Level. Students must match the shape with the word, tall letters etc5) Word Searches for Level6) Bingo Cards there are 20 different cards for the Level. You can use master list as a calling tool or students can use the small flash cards to make the game an independent activity.7) 10 Sentence Sheets using words from the Level.. Words to cut out and paste into sentences.It doesn’t have to be boring!*Play card games eg Snap, Fish, Concentration.*Use the board games to practise.*Create and read sentences with the cards.*I found that children like to compete and know their progress, so I’ve timed them on the Master Lists. This gives a PB, for them to beat next time.*Complete Find-a-Words.*Missing letter games.*Stick the cards in places that your child sees every day; a classroom door, bathroom mirror, a fridge, a toybox. One father stuck them on the bedroom ceiling and it became a game to recognise a few every night.*Please be creative and make it fun! We want to develop children who WANT to read!I have other levels of activities in case you are interested.

By mareehenderson21