Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Tippy-Toe Chick, Go!

Happy Wednesday, Folks!

Here are a few reading activities I have planned for the upcoming week.
 My district uses the Reading Street series, so we're going to be all about this story...


While I'm busy conducting 3 small groups, 
(19 children total)
my other kids busy themselves with centers.
They'll visit 5 (out of 6)
over the course of the week.

Next week's activities will look something like this...


and 

We'll cover commands and the consonant + le pattern to round out the week.  
Those activities are included, too!

I'd love to share 3 samples with other Reading Street teachers.
Leave your email address and a quick comment about the number of literacy centers in your reading block. 

If you've read this far, you need a freebie!
Here's a tic-tac-toe game that reinforces the high-frequency words from the story. 
You can access it HERE!
(To play, you'll provide your kids with dri-erase markers.  Each kid selects a word.
They'll play the game the traditional way with the exception they'll be writing their word, rather than an "x" or an "o".  

Need more information?
 You can find my product HERE. 

Happy Easter!

1 comments:

Kasi Horwart said...

I love your Reading Street products! I have used several in my classroom and would love a copy of Tippy Toe Chick Go! I use the Daily 5 framework for my centers, and I have three phonics activities for my "Word Work" station. I also use the sequencing cards and a graphic organizer for a story comprehension center.
kasi.horwart@cambridgetrojans.org

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