Phonemic Awareness and Phonics Word Lists for the entire year! This is a set of literacy tasks to use with small reading groups. There are 12 themes to keep learning going all year long. Stay organized, check for understanding, and monitor progress with these quick on-the-go skills!
12 Themes – Each theme includes:
- Decodable Word Lists (short and long vowels)
- Decodable Sentences
- Segmentation & Blending
- Rhyme Identification
- Rhyme Production
- Initial Sound Matching
- Parts of Speech (noun, verb, adjective)
Use a new theme every month OR mix and match themes:
- School Supplies
- Animals and Insects
- Nursery Rhymes
- Valentine’ Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
- December Holidays
How do you fit it all in?
Choose one of the focus skills and add call and respond (verbal) tasks at the beginning of a whole group or select a skill for small group practice. Keep these cards on a book ring near your Guided Reading table for quick practice on-the-go!
Why I created these…
I worked with several reading intervention groups everyday – focusing on skills aligned with IEP goals and objectives for early literacy to phonics “bootcamps” and Guided Reading. I loved the resources from Heggerty, but they didn’t tackle the exact skills we needed, plus my students needed more “parallel tasks” (same level for accurate data tracking) instead of sequential. That’s why I created TWELVE sets of tasks!
Looking for more phonemic awareness and phonics sound-spelling resources?
Add the Phonemic Awareness Progress Monitoring Kit. These resources work well together!
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