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Under the Sea – Lesson 22 – Decoding Real and Nonsense Words

Posted by on Jan 10, 2018 in Beginning Reading, CVC words, Early Literacy, Nonsense Words, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Decoding words is lots of fun when you get to find them in an “under the sea” sensory jar! Under the Sea – Lesson 22  I...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 21 – Word Family Sort

Posted by on Jan 3, 2018 in Beginning Reading, CVC words, Early Literacy, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading, Word Families | 0 comments

This lesson combines reading, recycling and physical exercise! You can’t beat that!! Under the Sea – Lesson 21 – Word...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 20 – Writing Prompt for Book 5 Flap

Posted by on Dec 22, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Comprehension, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Phonics, Phonics Readers, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading, Writing, Writing Prompts | 0 comments

Litter hurts not only people but animals as well. This is a great writing prompt to remind your child to never litter. Under the Sea...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 18 – Beach Ball Sight Word Game

Posted by on Dec 5, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Early Literacy, Fluency, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Sight Words, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

With this beach ball activity, your child can do an even better trick than Flipper…read sight words! Under the Sea – Lesson 18...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 17 – Vowel Sound Game

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Early Literacy, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading, Vowels | 0 comments

Hula Hoops aren’t just for the beach! They can be used for all kinds of games such as this fun vowel activity. Under the Sea –...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 14 – Blends and Digraphs

Posted by on Nov 14, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Blends, Digraphs, Early Literacy, Letter Sounds, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Teaching blends and digraphs doesn’t have to be like pulling teeth! But sometimes pulling teeth can be fun, especially if you are...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 13 – Acting Out Stories

Posted by on Nov 5, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Comprehension, CVC words, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Fluency, Phonics Readers, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Let’s build fluency by putting on a show! Kid’s love this!! Under the Sea – Lesson 13  I can read and act out a story....

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Under the Sea – Lesson 10 – Spelling CVC Words

Posted by on Oct 22, 2017 in Beginning Reading, CVC words, Early Literacy, Moveable Alphabet, Phonics, Set 14 Under the Sea, Spelling, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

  Here is a fun way to spell cvc words using clothespins! Under the Sea – Lesson 10 I can spell cvc words. Objective: To spell...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 9 – Decoding Sentences

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 in Beginning Reading, CVC words, Early Literacy, Fluency, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

With a little imagination, a box can become a fishing boat. And decoding sentences becomes a lot more fun! Under the Sea – Lesson 9...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 6 – Sight Words

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Early Literacy, Fluency, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

If your child likes digging in sand, she is sure to love this lesson! Under the Sea – Lesson 6 I can read sight words. Objective: To...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 5 – CVC Words

Posted by on Oct 1, 2017 in Blends, CVC words, Early Literacy, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 14 Under the Sea, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Opening paper clam shells is a fun way to practice reading CVC words. Under the Sea – Lesson 5 I can read cvc words. Objective: To...

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Under the Sea – Lesson 2 – Sight Words

Posted by on Sep 20, 2017 in Beginning Reading, Early Literacy, Fluency, Set 14 Under the Sea, Sight Words, Tactile Writing, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Writing in sand helps children remember skills better than just writing on paper. DIY sand trays save you money, too! Under the Sea...

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