In the Meadow – Lesson 17 – Decoding Words

This sensory jar is a fun way to practice decoding words, especially when there are insects hiding! In the Meadow – Lesson 17 I can decode words. Objective: To decode words. (RF.K.3) Materials: plastic jar, grass seeds, plastic insects, small slips of cardstock,...

In the Meadow – Lesson 2 – Two Vowels Together Rule

Picking flowers is a cheerful way to practice decoding new words. Lesson 2 I can decode words that have two vowels together. Objective: To decode words which contain two vowels together. (RF.K.2) Materials: wipe-off board, marker, eraser, bin, dirt, craft sticks,...

Family Fun – Lesson 31 – Decoding Words

What could be more fun than knocking over the word cups with a party favor blow-out? Family Fun – Lesson 31 I can decode words. Objective: To decode words. (RF.K.3) Materials: party cups, marker, long narrow box, wrapping paper, party favor blow-outs Procedures:...

Family Fun – Lesson 23 – Magic E Fun

Calling all magic wands! It’s time to make new words again by adding “magic e”. Family Fun – Lesson 23 I can change vowel sounds in words by adding final e. Objective: To change vowel sounds in words by adding the final e. (RF.K.3) Materials:...