Wilson reading program

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No Prep Reading Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2: Packed with phonics and fluency activities, ideas, resources, printables, and word lists for small groups, RTI, one on one intervention and instruction, and literacy groups. Great for teachers, volunteers Pre K, Humour, Reading Intervention Binder, Literacy Intervention, Teaching Reading, Teaching Phonics, 2nd Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Reading, Learning Support

No Prep Reading Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2: Packed with phonics and fluency activities, ideas, resources, printables, and word lists for small groups, RTI, one on one intervention and instruction, and literacy groups. Great for teachers, volunteers

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Miss DeCarbo | Primary Literacy Activities and Resources
Ideas, Coaching, Reading, Phonics, Teaching Spelling, Spelling Activities, Spelling Words, Elementary Spelling, Teaching Reading

Have you ever heard of finger tap spelling? It’s often called finger tapping. But either way you slice it, it’s a fantastic and multi-sensory way to help kids with spelling… and it’s especially great for struggling spellers! *This post contains affiliate links. **The free downloads can be found towards the end of post. Just ... Read More about Finger Tap Spelling

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Nichole Hayes Fisher
Reading, Learning Support, Teaching Reading, Multisensory Phonics, Phonics Lessons, Language Arts Lessons, Phonics Rules, Special Education Resources, Primary Literacy

As a resource teacher, I use specialized instruction in my intervention groups to help my students meet their IEP goals as well as make progress towards grade level standards. While implementing the district prescribed intervention curriculum, Wilson Reading System, I discovered a few key things about the way students learn:

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Jen Troyer
Teacher's Take-Out: 6 Syllable Type Poster Reading, Pre K, English, Parenting Rules, Teaching Phonics, Parenting Classes, Phonics Words, Teaching Literacy, Teaching Reading

Here is a Free Poster to hang on your reading wall or to keep handy when you need a refresher on syllables and the rules. This little kid-friendly poster displays the 6 types of syllables. It also comes in a black and white copy. Just click the picture on the left to download the freebie! Thanks for stopping by! See you soon, Click the picture on the left to find more resources using Foundational Skills and Phonics. To be notified of my next blog post,

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Sherilynn Jones
Daily 5, Resource Room, Teaching Reading, Teaching Phonics, 4th Grade Reading, Phonics Interventions, Word Study Activities, Phonics Centers, Phonics Programs

Phonics instruction can be tricky for older students. When I taught first grade it was a natural part of our guided reading time. The lower level text allowed for more opportunities to incorporate phonics instruction. My third grade students desperatly NEED phonics instruction. They need to work on the same skills my firsties did, but at a higher level. As a result of this need, Phonics for BIG KIDS was born. There are four components to our phonics routine: Assessment, Word Work Lesson…

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Rachel Boose