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At the Circus – Lesson 5 – Writing Sight Words

Posted by on Apr 2, 2021 in Beginning Reading, Early Literacy, Fluency, Reading Games, Science of Reading, Set 17 At the Circus, Sight Words, Spelling, Tactile Writing, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

At the Circus – Lesson 5 I can read the sight word: were.   Objective: To read the sight word: were. (RF.K.3) Materials: sight...

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At the Circus – Lesson 4 -Writing Prompt Book 1 The Big Top

Posted by on Feb 16, 2021 in Beginning Reading, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Journal Entry, Science of Reading, Set 17 At the Circus, Teaching Reading, Writing Prompts | 0 comments

Everyone loves the circus and your child is sure to enjoy writing about such an exciting event!  At the Circus – Lesson 4 I can...

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At the Circus – Lesson 3 – Book 1 The Big Top

Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Beginning Reading, Comprehension, Decodable Books, Fluency, Phonics Readers, Set 17 At the Circus, Sight Words, Teaching Reading, Vocabulary | 0 comments

A circus has come to town! Will Roy convince his dad to take him to see the big top? Read this story to find out! Lesson 3 I can read the...

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At the Circus – Lesson 2 – Decoding Words

Posted by on Dec 29, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decodable Books, Decoding words, Early Literacy, Reading Games, Set 17 At the Circus, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Playing games makes learning so much fun and adds joy to family time. At the Circus – Lesson 2 I can decode new words.  ...

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At the Circus – Lesson 1 – Learning ou, ow, and oy

Posted by on Dec 3, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decoding words, Diphthongs, Early Literacy, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 17 At the Circus, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Here is a fun way to teach ou, ow and oy using “circus tickets.” At the Circus – Lesson 1 I can identify the sounds of...

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Set 17 At the Circus

Posted by on Nov 8, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Blends, Comprehension, CVC words, Decodable Books, Fluency, Phonics, Phonics Readers, Sight Words, Teaching Reading, Verbs, Vocabulary | 0 comments

Step right up and get your ticket to the greatest show on earth. The Half-Pint Circus has come to town! With this set of six adorable...

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In the Meadow – Lesson 28 – What’s in Mole’s Hole?

Posted by on Oct 22, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decodable Books, Reading Games, Set 16 In the Meadow lesson plans, Teaching Reading, Vocabulary | 0 comments

Mole doesn’t see well and is wondering what’s hiding in his hole. Can your child help him using her sense of touch? In the...

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In the Meadow – Lesson 27 – Whack a Mole Sight Words

Posted by on Sep 25, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Fluency, Reading Games, Set 16 In the Meadow lesson plans, Sight Words | 0 comments

What a fun lesson to go along with our new book, Mole. Your child is sure to enjoy practicing sight words with this silly game! In the...

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In the Meadow Lesson 26 Writing Prompt for Book 6 Mole

Posted by on Aug 27, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Journal Entry, Set 16 In the Meadow lesson plans, Teaching Reading, Writing, Writing Prompts | 0 comments

Moles are not fun to have in your yard but they are fun to write about! In the Meadow Lesson 26 I can write about a mole. Objective: To...

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In the Meadow – Lesson 25 – Book 6 Mole

Posted by on Jul 22, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Comprehension, Decodable Books, Early Literacy, Fluency, Phonics Readers, Set 16 In the Meadow lesson plans, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Oh no! Mole is lost and can’t find his way home. Will Toad be able to help him remember? Read this story to find out! In the Meadow...

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In the Meadow – Lesson 24 – Decoding Words

Posted by on Jul 2, 2020 in Beginning Reading, Decoding words, Early Literacy, Phonics, Reading Games, Set 16 In the Meadow lesson plans, Teaching Reading | 0 comments

Here is a clever way to use craft sticks for decoding words. In the Meadow – Lesson 24  I can read decodable words. Objective: To...

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In the Meadow – Lesson 23 – Sight Word Writing in Birdseed

Posted by on Jun 10, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Tactile writing is very beneficial in learning sight words. Using birdseed is a fun and unique way to do tactile writing. And it goes...

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