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Dolch Sight Vocabulary Words « Mrs. Perkins Dolch Word Lists Note: Please read "What are Dolch Words?" for background information on these lists. Below are the Dolch word lists, the 220 most common words and 95 additional nouns in children's reading books, in alphabetical order. Dolch words, or sight words, provide an excellent base for reading at an early age. Note that all the Dolch words can be taught before children finish the first grade in school. Note: The PowerPoint 97 Shows can be viewed in either PowerPoint version 97, 2000 or 2002. The PowerPoint shows are formatted for Century Gothic Font to closely match primary type printing font. Helping your child to read: phonics | Oxford Owl We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By clicking 'continue' or by continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. This is just a standard text page example.

Starfall's Learn to Read with phonics Phonics by The Book: Beginning Reader Bible Curriculum - This Reading Mama What is Phonics by The Book? Phonics by The Book is a phonics and sight word curriculum based on God’s Word. It begins on an end of K level and progresses, introducing new phonics skills and sight words. The stories start in the book of Genesis (with creation) and will continue, with various Bible stories, throughout the entire Bible. (Units 1 and 2 will be from the Old Testament while Units 3 and 4 will be from the New Testament.) How do you know your child is ready? Where did I get my clip art? Lesson 1: God Made It All/short a Lesson 2: A Mess of God’s Best/short e Lesson 3: Rain Fills the World/short i Lesson 4: A Promise From God/short o Lesson 5: God Was With Joseph/short u Lesson 6: Review of Lessons 1-5. Lesson 7: God Heard Their Cries/Bossy AR Lesson 8: A Heart of Scorn/Bossy OR Lesson 1: The Lord Had Grace/Long a (a-e) Lesson 2: God Was on Their Side/Long i(i_e) Lesson 3: The God of Hope/Long o (o_e) Lesson 4: Samuel Listens to God / Long Vowel (Silent e) Review ~Becky

Elmbrook turns page with new literacy curriculum Laurel Leahy wants to stretch the reading stamina of her kindergartners at Dixon Elementary School. Every week she increases the length of independent reading. She suggests they go for 20 minutes today. The kids groan. "What's wrong with 20 minutes?" Leahy replied. Leahy's current class is reading like she's never seen a class read in her 20 years of teaching at Dixon. "Never before in all my years at Elmbrook have I felt the same feeling of real competence of how I'm supposed to teach reading. "But this year I have the guidance of the collective wisdom of our reading specialists to help me, with what I've pieced together myself over my years of experience." Since August, a team of elementary educators throughout the district have been working on the development of a comprehensive K-5 literacy framework. A new chapter It impressed School Board member Glen Allgaier so much that he suggested the district look into publishing the plan. Early results

Parent & Afterschool Resources Home › Parent & Afterschool Resources Looking for engaging ways to introduce your child to reading or to encourage your teen to write? Need some age-appropriate book suggestions or rainy day activities? The materials here are your answer—all of them created by experts to be fun, educational, and easy to use outside of school. Parent & Afterschool Resources by Grades Activities & Projects

Brian Marriott's I See Sam Homepage I am proud to introduce . . . The original 1972 I See Sam, early reader books now available online for viewing, download, and printing.(Click here for printing instructions.) Books 1-9--Books 10-19. How do I print these books? Click here for instructions. 50 Useful Apps For Students With Reading Disabilities Whether you’re the parent of a child with a reading disability or an educator that works with learning disabled students on a daily basis, you’re undoubtedly always looking for new tools to help these bright young kids meet their potential and work through their disability. While there are numerous technologies out there that can help, perhaps one of the richest is the iPad, which offers dozens of applications designed to meet the needs of learning disabled kids and beginning readers alike. Here, we highlight just a few of the amazing apps out there that can help students with a reading disability improve their skills not only in reading, writing, and spelling, but also get a boost in confidence and learn to see school as a fun, engaging activity, not a struggle. Helpful Tools These tools are useful for both educators and students with reading disabilities alike, aiding in everything from looking up a correct spelling to reading text out loud. Speak It! Fundamentals Reading Writing Spelling

Cyberchase Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! Welcome to Fun Phonics - Reading with phonics is fun and easy, ESL, English as a Second Language, Beginning readers, First readers, Easy readers Primary Dyslexia Teaching Resources for Dyslexic Children - Printables for use with dyslexic children Individual Alphabet Letters First 100 High-Frequency Words Handwriting and Pencil Control Confusing Letters and Numbers

This website has many different student levels that could easily help a teacher with specific students. This website has fun books that would make learning fun. I like how when the computer reads the book, each word is highlighted in red. by bonita21 Sep 19

This is a great free site where beginning readers can listen to stories. It is designed for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and includes stories, songs and games. It is easy to navigate with colorful graphics. The words being read are highlighted so the children can follow along. by ccasas5 Jul 18

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