If your goal in reading intervention is to create proficient readers, you need to know about the science of reading and have a systematic approach to phonics.
Word work activities encompass a lot. Let’s look at some of the best activities for word work centers as well as word work ideas that students can do at home.
Do your literacy centers need a refresh? There are so many fun ways to help kids practice literacy skills. Here are 3 literacy station ideas to try now.
Phonemic awareness is being able to recognize and manipulate individual phonemes in words. These activities for phonemic awareness will get you started.
A good progress monitoring process makes data collection easy and efficient. Here are tips for using data collection sheets and setting up data folders.
Classroom vocabulary games make vocabulary practice fun and help kids positively connect words and meanings. Here are a few FUN vocabulary games to try.
Sound walls, word walls, do you use them and what’s the difference? Tips for setting up sound walls and how to use them once you have them set up.
Word sorts can give students practice spelling, noting spelling patterns, writing and reading. Check out these word sort activities (and grab a freebie).
Well thought out classroom spelling games give kids a different way to engage with spelling words and patterns like multiple spellings for the same sound.