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  • Heart Word Editable Cards

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    Please enjoy these editable Heart Word Cards. As a teacher who is in the classroom every day, I realized that some of you may find these useful. If you want to see how I map sight words and use these heart word cards in my classroom, please check out my blog post HERE. You can…

  • St. Patrick’s Day ELA and Math Games

    $6.00

    When students are engaged in playing games, their memory and their motivation to learn increase. These 11 St. Patrick’s Day games for Math and ELA are a perfect way to keep kindergarten students engaged while practicing essential skills.

  • Grab The Gold – Editable Powerpoint Projectable Whole Group Game

    $5.00

    This is a fun, engaging whole group game that is sure to please. Teachers will love having the opportunity to select the words students practice and students will love having the chance to ‘play.’ Read words and collect gold, but be careful, there are some special slides that can change the game.  You never know what that lucky leprechaun will do.

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    Mapping Words – Independent Phonics Centers – Bundle – Winter – Blends, CVC and Digraphs

    Original price was: $12.00.Current price is: $10.80.
    A fun, engaging and independent way to add Mapping CVC, Blends and Digraph Words to your literacy centers is here! The Science of Reading supports Orthographic Mapping as an essential tool in building fluently readers. This process helps students connect the sounds that they hear in words to the spelling that those sounds make. Mapping out sounds makes words more easily recognizable, and the words become part of a reader’s long-term memory. When students have the opportunity to practice this mapping process, their neural connections become stronger, and they can then read words more fluently.
     
    Mapping Words Self-Correcting Center Can Make It FUN and the Self-Correcting Cards give students immediate feedback!!!
  • Mapping Words – Independent Phonics Centers – Digraphs – Winter

    $4.00
    A fun, engaging and independent way to add Mapping Digraph Words to your literacy centers is here! The Science of Reading supports Orthographic Mapping as an essential tool in building fluently readers. This process helps students connect the sounds that they hear in words to the spelling that those sounds make. Mapping out sounds makes words more easily recognizable, and the words become part of a reader’s long-term memory. When students have the opportunity to practice this mapping process, their neural connections become stronger, and they can then read words more fluently.
     
    Mapping Words Self-Correcting Center Can Make It FUN and the Self-Correcting Cards give students immediate feedback!!!
  • Mapping Words – Independent Phonics Centers -CVC Words – Winter Self-Correcting, Phonics Centers

    $4.00
    A fun, engaging and independent way to add Mapping CVC Words to your literacy centers is here! The Science of Reading supports Orthographic Mapping as an essential tool in building fluently readers. This process helps students connect the sounds that they hear in words to the spelling that those sounds make. Mapping out sounds makes words more easily recognizable, and the words become part of a reader’s long-term memory. When students have the opportunity to practice this mapping process, their neural connections become stronger, and they can then read words more fluently.
     
    Mapping Words Self-Correcting Center Can Make It FUN and the Self-Correcting Cards give students immediate feedback!!!
  • Mapping Words – Independent Phonics Centers – Winter – Consonant Blends –

    $4.00
    A fun, engaging and independent way to add Mapping Words with Beginning Consonant Blends to your literacy centers is here! The Science of Reading supports Orthographic Mapping as an essential tool in building fluently readers. This process helps students connect the sounds that they hear in words to the spelling that those sounds make. Mapping out sounds makes words more easily recognizable, and the words become part of a reader’s long-term memory. When students have the opportunity to practice this mapping process, their neural connections become stronger, and they can then read words more fluently.
  • Color by Code- Sight Words – Editable – Spring & Nursery Rhyme Themed

    $6.50

    Coloring by code is a great way to engage students. With this editable color by sight word packet, it will soon be both a student and teacher favorite activity. This Editable (color by code) Sight Word packet will make differentiating your instruction easy!   This packet has Spring and Nursery Rhyme Themes.   Make sure…

  • Color by Code – Sight Words – Editable – St. Patrick’s & Fairy Tale Themed

    $6.50

    Coloring by code is a great way to engage students. With this editable color by sight word packet, it will soon be both a student and teacher favorite activity. This Editable (color by code) Sight Word packet will make differentiating your instruction easy!   This packet has St. Patrick’s Day and Fairy Tale Themes.  …

  • Color by Code – Sight Words – Editable – FEBRUARY

    $6.50

    Coloring by code is a great way to engage students. With this editable color by sight word packet, it will soon be both a student and teacher favorite activity. This Editable (color by code) Sight Word packet will make differentiating your instruction easy!   Make sure you check out the Editable Color By Sight Words…

  • Color By Code – Sight Words – Editable – October

    $6.50

    Editable Color by Sight Word Fun is here and it’s differentiated.   Make sure you check out the Editable Color By Sight Words and Sentence Fun Bundle. You can save 20% off the full-price of a year’s worth of activities.   All students love a good ‘color by code’ page and teachers love this one,…

  • Early Learners Set – Handwriting Without Tears-STYLE FONT Posters, Tracing Cards and Charts

    $5.00

    Guided Reading experts strongly suggest that when students are learning letters and sounds, they need to create a picture link. In order to do this, letter tracing books, classroom posters, and personal letter charts need to be consistent with the letter picture association that they make. Since I am using Orton-Gillingham in my classroom, these pictures are such that support that phonics instruction. Additionally, I like to give teachers a choice in the letter font used in these items. I teach letter formation through Handwriting Without Tears, so I have included a set of each item here that has the HWT-style font and another primary-friendly font. The choice is up to you.

    If you would like to read more about guided reading in kindergarten, please check out my blog post HERE. If you would also like to use HWT in your classroom for handwriting instruction, please check out the other items in my store featuring a HWT-style font for handwriting practice with letters and an editable set for practicing names.

    Included in this set:

    • Full-size KG Primary Penmanship Font Alphabet Posters
    • ½ size KG Primary Penmanship Font Alphabet Posters
    • Letter Tracing Book Pages with KG Primary Penmanship Font
    • Full-Page Alphabet Chart with KG Primary Penmanship Font
    • Full-size HWT-Style Font with Green Starting Dot Alphabet Posters
    • ½ size HWT-Style Font with Green Starting Dot Alphabet Posters
    • Letter Tracing Book Pages with HWT-Style Font with Green Starting Dot
    • Full-Page Alphabet Chart with HWT-Style Font with Green Starting Dot
    • Full size HWT-Style Outline Font with Arrows Alphabet Posters
    • ½ size HWT-Style Outline Font with Arrows Alphabet Posters
    • Letter Tracing Book Pages with HWT-Style Outline Font with Arrows
    • Full-Page Alphabet Chart with HWT-Style Outline Font with Arrows

    I have also included some digraph posters in case you need them as well as an alternate Letter Y in case you do not like the way it is traditionally written for the HWT font.

    Teachers: These alphabet charts and the ABC letter tracing book are companion pieces to be used with your guided reading groups or with volunteers working with your students one-on-one or in small groups. Laminate and make them available for your students to refer to when at guided reading or while working in class. The pages for the ABC tracing book need to be printed, laminated and cut apart. I like to put them together with a ring for easy use and storage. These books are ideal for Pre-A readers who can not yet easily recognize at least 40 letters.