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25 fun word family plays

Pamela Chanko

25 fun word family plays

short reproducible plays that target and teach the top word families

by Pamela Chanko

  • 388 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Activitiy programs,
  • Readling (Elementary),
  • Activity programs,
  • Reading (Elementary),
  • Aids and devices,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Language arts (Elementary),
  • Oral reading,
  • Teaching,
  • Readers" theater

  • About the Edition

    These rib-tickling word family plays will delight children and help them become confident, fluent readers. Each play gives children plenty of practice reading a group of words from the same word family, words that share the same sound and spelling pattern. Learning to recognize these families of words helps children decode with ease so they can focus on comprehension. What"s more, the funny plots and characters will invite children to read the plays again and again, helping them improve reading rate, automaticity, expression, and other key fluency skills. For use with Grades K-2.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesTwenty-five fun word family plays
    StatementPamela Chanko
    SeriesTeaching resources
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1525.55 .C53 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25054996M
    ISBN 10054510338X
    ISBN 109780545103381
    LC Control Number2011283857

    Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. Learn MoreBrand: Once Upon a Creative Classroom. Word families, or rimes, consist of a vowel and final consonant(s) that produce a pattern of sound that rhymes. The use of word-families provides students with an opportunity to analyze the patterns of sounds within words and parts of an entire word [such as rimes--vowel and following consonants, and onsets--consonant(s) preceding the rime].

    For each Word Family book, students will be circling and writing either LITTLE or BIG, choosing a color word to write, and then selecting a word from the word family list. Lastly, they will illustrate a picture to match their : Teacher's Breathing Space. Jan 1, - Explore valeriemac's board "Word Families", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Word families, Phonics and Teaching reading pins.

      A word family is a group of words with a common feature or pattern, such as at, cat, bat, hat. Discuss word families with your child. Talk about how the ending letters are the same. Pick a word family (Some other examples are ab, ag, an, am, ap, ar, ed, en, et, id, ig, in, ip, it, ob, og, op, ot, ub, ug, un, ut, um). On one of the index cards Author: Miriam Myers. 4 You can use this book in a classroom, with a tutor, or on your own. 4 You can check your answers at the end of the book. Most of the e-books in this series have three reading levels. This e-book does not have stories. It has puzzles and word games, and there are no reading levels. Teachers’ Guide There is a Teachers’ Guide on this website File Size: 7MB.


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25 Fun Word Family Plays: Short Reproducible Plays That Target and Teach the Top Word Families (Teaching Resources) Paperback – April 1, by Pamela Chanko (Author) › Visit Amazon's Pamela Chanko Page. Find all the books, read Author: Pamela Chanko. These rib-tickling word family plays will delight children and help them become confident, fluent readers.

Each play gives children plenty of practice reading a group of words from the same word family-words that share the same sound and spelling pattern. Learning to recognize these families of words helps children decode with ease so they can focus on comprehension.

Get this from a library. 25 fun word family plays: short reproducible plays that target and teach the top word families. [Pamela Chanko] -- These rib-tickling word family plays will delight children and help them become confident, fluent readers.

Each play gives children plenty of practice reading a group of words from the same word. The concept of this book is there are 25 plays that use beginning phonics. The plays should be read aloud by children (along with parents or teachers).

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Inside a book. After reading the word family name on the cover, your child will open the book and read the opening sentence: “I can read the ___ family.” The page on the right will be a word within that family.

I chose to make these words big, bold, and colorful. The word family ending matches the color on the cover so that your child can. Theordore, Parr, Billie, Gates, Doris, Robison, Eleanor G.

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Word Family Booklet. The Word Family Booklets are written in repetitive sentence format and incorporate sight Stage 1 Booklets are designed to be slightly easier for students to read and use simple initial consonants and maybe an initial blend. Word Square – Show your smarts, creativity, and skill with this fun game.

How many words can your create without getting blocked. Supplies: pencil and paper. The Sentence Game – This family game is such a fun one to play with a group of people. It’s like a combination of Pictionary and telephone – and the results are ALWAYS hilarious.

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This AT Word Family Workbook for Kindergarten includes a variety of printable worksheets. Children will practice recognizing words with the same ending sound, writing lowercase letters, reading short words, drawing, coloring, sorting, matching, categorizing, identifying beginning letter sounds, search and finding words, thinking skills with puzzles and mazes, identifying the correct words in a.(shelved 25 times as plays-to-read) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.all, HAVE FUN!

Read the book WITH your child. You read the “regular” text, and he/she reads the big, red words, sort of like reading the different parts in a play. Help your child sound out the words as needed.

Read the book several times. This helps develop the eye muscles and left-to-right reading patterns. Quick Start Guide 4File Size: KB.