Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Reading Fluency: Read It, See It

Hi everyone! I hope you are all had a wonderful winter break and new year! 

I am so excited to share with you all a new reading activity to encourage and practice reading fluency. 

During this time of year, students are beginning or may have already mastered identifying letters and their sounds. Once this occurs, reading small words soon takes off! There is nothing more exciting to see as a teacher then when students begin to blend and read words. That light bulb turns on and students confidence soars!

My new Read It, See It Words Activity is an interactive activity that has a fun little twist! 

Here is a closer look:
This reading activity has tracking dots underneath each letter to practice 1:1.  Students will get to touch each letter and say its sound. Then they will slide their finger on the arrow to blend the word together and read it.



Students will match the correct pictures to the words.

Then, they will cut and fold over the paper on top of the pictures.


Last, students will get to continue practicing by reading the CVC word and revealing the picture underneath to see if they have read the word correctly!




This activity is perfect for helping students grasp the importance of the letter and sound relationship within words.

What I love about this activity is that students become so excited and proud of their reading while also practicing and developing reading fluency. They can't wait to practice and master reading more words!

There are currently CVC words included in this Read It, See It Activity

Here are more details of what is included in the Read It, See It CVC Words:
- 24 Word Family Pages (-ab, -ad, -ag, -am, -an, -ap, -at, -ed, -en, -et, -id, -ig, -in, -ip, -it, -ob, -og,      
                                         -op, -ot, -ug, -ub, -um, -un, -ut)
- 20 Short Vowel Pages (4 pages for each short vowel)
- 10 Mixed Vowel Pages
- Step-by-step directions with pictures

There are a couple more exciting things! 

I also have this activity that includes writing. This activity is called 'Read It, Write It, See It'. The only difference is that in this activity students write the CVC word. Everything else is the same as my Read It, See It Activity.


The other exciting thing is that I am going to be adding MORE WORDS to both of these activities! These two activities have growing bundles that will include CVC, CCVC/CVCC, Magic e, R-Controlled Vowels, Vowel Teams, and Diphthongs when it is completed. 

These growing bundles have BIG SAVINGS! You can click on the pictures below to check them out:


Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you all have a wonderful week!

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