Lessons for Reading and Spelling
The consonant letter spells /s/ before . In this lesson, you’ll find a learning video, word lists, and a decodable passage.
Teaching the Suffix -ed The suffix -ed spells three sounds: /Id/, /t/, and /d/. A decodable story is included.
Read to find out why your first grader is struggling with reading and what you can do about it.
Why is the g doubled in the word egg? Why is the p doubled in the hopping?
Engage students with a real world activity that prompts curiosity on the new learning concept.
Start this lesson in a group on your rug. Activate prior knowledge with a quick full group discussion.
Silent e can be tough for some kids. Here are a few card games to help your struggling reader practice silent e words.
Little to no prep activities for practicing the letter sounds that can be done with individual children or with a group.
Practice truly makes perfect when learning to read and understand the differences in these similar words.
How do you teach a kindergartener to write a complete sentence? Start with explaining the purpose of words.
The Sound-Spelling set is not an alphabet set. There are a total of 47 cards. Trade out your word wall for a sound wall!
Whether you are teaching a beginning or struggling reader, start here. Teach one vowel and a few consonants at a time.
Help students learn when to use c, k, and ck for the /k/ sound.
Use the video to guide you in teaching how to spell regular plurals correctly.