My students need literacy materials to help with their reading skills.
This project expired on August 27, 2018.
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I teach an eager group of kindergarten students that are willing to learn every day. My students are an exciting group of mixed interests, abilities, and goals. My students are learning to read, write, and count. Our group loves to play outside, learn new games, and boogie to a sweet tune.
Curious, enthusiastic, and creative; my students are eager to immerse themselves in any kind of challenge.
As my students make gains in my classroom, they begin to try small chunks of the day with their typically developing peers. My classroom is about building reading and math skills to help students get ready for first grade. The work we do in this classroom is building relationships, helping each other, following directions, and accessing general education content in different ways. We celebrate little wins together each day.
A typical child starting elementary school with high phonemic awareness is almost certain to become a confident reader. A child with low phonemic awareness will almost definitely struggle with reading.
Sight word and rhyming activities bring reading to life!
Learning alphabets, sight words, and rhyming words are crucial for young readers who need to build a foundation for reading and writing sentences.
Playing games is a great way to learn and reinforce the words and skills students need to advance their reading or literacy skills. My kindergarten students will benefit a great deal by using these learning activities in our classroom.
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