Letter Sound Quick Drill
It's your last letter/sound quick drill of the year! I am so, so proud of how hard each of you has worked from home.
Don't forget to keep reading this summer! Complete your reading bingo sheet this summer and bring it in to me next school year to earn a treat.
Word analysis drill (advanced vowel sounds)
Thursday's video focuses on a word analysis drill with advanced vowel sounds. These include vowel teams, r controlled vowels and vowel consonant e words. Just like at Elderton, the first time through the drill, focus just on the vowel sound. The second time through, use your tappers from Fundations to tap out and read the words. Keep reading and keep working hard!
Letter Sound Quick Drill
It's a wonderful Wednesday! Today please follow along with the video for your letter sound quick drill. You should be logging on and practicing this daily, just like we do at Elderton Elementary. Don't forget to work in Lexia to build decoding skills and Read Works for comprehension activities, too.
Comprehension Application #9
It's a terrific Tuesday! Today we are jumping back into Frindle to see how Nick and Mrs. Granger's word war is developing. As you listen to today's chapter, think about the author's purpose. Why did the author write Frindle? Was it to persuade, to inform, or to entertain? Be sure to have reasons ready to back up your idea. Enjoy chapter eight.
It's a marvelous Monday! Today's video will be your phonemic awareness lesson using Heggerty. Please remember to log in and practice this lesson every day this week to continue to build your phonemic awareness skills.
Comprehension Application #8
Happy Friday! Today's video takes us back into Frindle, and we will work on analyzing and interpreting figurative language. Keep working hard and keep reading.
Letters and Sounds Quick Drill
Let's practice those letters and sounds in today's video! Remember to practice this quick drill every day, just like we do at Elderton. Also, jump on Lexia or Read Works to continue to build your decoding and comprehension skills. Keep reading and working hard.
Comprehension application #7
Let's make it a wonderful Wednesday with Frindle! Today's video takes us back into Nick and Mrs. Granger's adventures. We will focus on cause and effect as the targeted reading strategy. Remember, the cause is the why something happened. The effect is what happened.
Word Analysis Drill CVC words
It's a terrific Tuesday for a word analysis drill! Work through the consonant vowel consonant real and nonsense words just like we do at EE. Remember, focus on the vowel sound first. The vowel is closed in, so it will make the short sound! The second time through the drill, use your tappers (from Fundations) to tap out and blend to read the words.
Be sure to check out Lexia Core 5 and Read Works today, too!
Happy Monday! Let's start the week with our phonemic awareness lesson, Heggerty! Remember to log in daily and practice your phonemic awareness skills along with the video. Keep working hard and keep reading!
Happy Monday! This is your Heggerty phonemic awareness lesson for the week. Remember to practice this lesson daily to help develop phonemic awareness skills. Keep working hard and keep reading!
Comprehension Application #6
Yesterday we worked on making predictions. Today we will find out if your prediction was on target. Remember, predictions have to fit the characters and events in the story. You can always revise, or change, your predictions as the reading continues. Enjoy the end of the chapter!
Comprehension Application #5
It's Thursday! Today's video takes us back to Frindle! Let's find out what Nick and Mrs. Granger are up to in today's chapter. As I read, think about making predictions. Remember, predictions are not wild guesses, rather they must fit with the events occurring in the story!
It's a wonderful Wednesday! Get outside today and enjoy the sunshine! When it starts to rain, take a look at this video. It is our weekly Heggerty phonemic awareness lesson. Follow and participate in the lesson just like we do when we are at Elderton Elementary! I am so, so proud of how hard each and every one of you are working.